Five-time winners Brazil defeated Switzerland with a last-second goal from Casemiro to advance to the round of 16 of the World Cup.
Seven minutes from the end, Manchester United player Casemiro’s first-time shot into the far corner, which left goalkeeper Yann Sommer standing, restored life to an otherwise dull game.
Brazil followed up their initial triumph over Serbia with a win over Cameroon in their final match, and they finished first in the group with a perfect score.
Tite’s team thought they had opened the scoring after an hour when Vinicius Jr. calmly slammed in a goal, but VAR disallowed it for offside.
Switzerland failed to register a shot on goal during the match as they stood still for the majority of the game and failed to pose any attacking threat.
Murat Yakin’s team believed they would win with a point, but Casemiro’s inspiration sent Brazilian supporters jubilant inside Stadium 974.