Brazil scored two goals in the first half by beating Peru 2-0

Recife (Brazil): Everton Ribeiro scored their second goal in two games leading Brazil to a 2-0 victory over its guests, Peru, in last night’s World Cup qualifiers. Ribeiro, who scored in the 1-0 win over Chile last week, scored after 15 minutes on a Neymar pass. Ribeiro nearly doubled with five minutes left in the first half, but the goalkeeper blocked the ball to bounce Neymar, who slipped it in. in brings. Brazil are pleased with their superiority against Peru, who have not beaten their host in their last 12 games of World Cup qualifiers. Brazil kept a clean sheet for their ninth qualifying match and won their eighth win in eight games in the Qatar 2022 qualifiers. Brazil increased their tally to 24 points in advantage, six points ahead of Argentina, who beat Bolivia 3-0 thanks to a hat-trick from Lionel Messi. The winners of the first four places directly qualify for the finals, while the fifth place goes to the international playoffs. (Reuters)

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