Stats: Brazil is out in quarter-finals of World Cup

The Croatian national team booked a place in the semi-finals of the 2022 World Cup, after defeating Brazil with a penalty shootout 4/2, after the end of the original time with a negative draw, and additional time with a positive draw with a goal for the same.

Match statistics

Possession percentage: Croatia 51% x Brazil 49%
Total shots on goal: Croatia 1 x Brazil 11
Yellow card: Croatia 2 x Brazil 3
Corner kicks: Croatia 3 x Brazil 7
Dangerous chances: Croatia 0 x Brazil 4

Match records

So far, Neymar has scored 77 goals for Brazil, tying him with Pele as their all-time leading scorer
Goalkeeper Dominik Levakovic made 11 saves against Brazil as the goalkeeper with the most saves in the 2022 World Cup.
Dominik Levakovic saved four penalties during a World Cup penalty shootout, the most by any goalkeeper in the tournament’s history.
Luka Modric became the first Croatian player to play 30 matches in major tournaments, as he played 17 matches in the World Cup tournaments, and 13 matches in the Euro Championship.
Brazil was eliminated from the World Cup in the quarter-finals in 4 of the last 5 times during which it reached this round.
Brazil has lost its last 6 knockout matches against European teams, since its victory over Germany in the 2002 final.
Croatia qualified for the World Cup semi-finals in all the participations during which it skipped the group stage (1998-2018-2022).

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