Neymar, Brazil Win Group E with Victory vs

Brazil are in action against Serbia at the World Cup on Wednesday

Paulinho scored the victor in the first half, and Thiago Silva scored in the second to set up a date with Mexico in the round of 16.

Thiago Silva jumped highest to head home the definitive goal as Neymar tried, and even had a one-on-one, but it didn't come off for him.

Preview: Brazil will look to build on their morale-boosting 2-0 win over Costa Rica and seal a berth in the knockout stages when they take the field in their final Group E match in Sochi on Wednesday. An injury to Marcelo in the early ten minutes of the game was a blow but the Selacao recovered with Neymar in the tick of affairs.

Midfielder Paulinho grabbed the opener for the Brazilians in the 36th minute when running onto a delightful through ball by Philippe Coutinho before poking the ball past the onrushing Stojkovic.

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Tite, the Brazil coach, opted to field the same XI who started in the win against Costa Rica while Serbia, needing three points, made three changes, bringing in Antonio Rukavina, Milos Veljkovic and Adem Ljajic for Branislav Ivanovic, Dusko Tovic and Luka Milivojevic. Gabriel Jesus twice had shots blocked from close range with the Serbia goalkeeper Vladimir Stojkovic also making a fine one-handed save from an angled shot by Neymar.

The world would be watching the game today with the hope that the last 16 of World Cup is not robbed of another giant - Brazil after defending champions were kicked earlier today.

Serbia repeatedly struggled to contain Brazil's fleet-footed attack.

Serbia did indeed have their moments and put Brazil under concerted pressure before Silva's strike from a Neymar corner after 68 minutes put the result beyond them and freed the Brazilians up to dazzle and tease with their possession.

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