Brazil VS Venezuela Live Reddit Football Score 2020
Brazil vs Venezuela live streaming: Match details
Match: Brazil vs Venezuela
Competition: CONMEBOL World Cup 2022 qualification matchday 3
Date: November 14, 2020
Kick-off time: 12:30 am, November 14, 2020 (UK time)
Stadium: Estádio do Morumbi Municipal de Maracana
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Brazil vs Venezuela live score: Match preview
NAME: Brazil – Venezuela
DATE: 14 Nov 2020
TIME: 00:30 UTC
VENUE: Morumbí, Sao Paulo, Brazil
First, Marquinhos, Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho were on target in a 5-0 drubbing of Bolivia in São Paulo.
Then, a Neymar hat-trick, as well as a Richarlison goal, saw the Seleção edge out Peru 4-2 in Lim.
Brazil are of course five-times champions of the world but they’ve also qualified for all 21 World Cups to have ever been played, the only nation to do so.
They’ve also been ultra-consistent in qualifying, finishing first in the CONMEBOL section in four of the five qualifications campaigns they’ve been in under this format.
In 2019, Brazil won the Copa América on home soil, their 18th major title and first Copa or World Cup since 2007.
They did lift three consecutive Confederations Cups between 2005 and 2013.
As South American champions, they should cruise through this section.
However, in that most recent Copa, Venezuela did hold them to a goalless draw in the group stages in Salvador.
Nevertheless, the chances of a repeat look slim.
La Vinotinto lost both of their qualifiers in October, 3-0 in Colombia and 1-0 at home to Paraguay.
Venezuela are the only one of the ten CONMEBOL nations to have never made it to a World Cup and that looks unlikely to change.
In fact, they’ve won just 11 of their last 46 competitive internationals.
Any points José Peseiro’s amass in this campaign should be celebrated, particularly if they were to pull off a huge upset at Estádio do Morumbi.