Brazil beat Costa Rica 2-0 in tense encounter

Brazil beat Costa Rica 2-0 in tense encounter

Brazil play their final game of the Group stage round on Wednesday against Serbia. The second game of the evening is one that the Argentines will be watching with special interest - as Iceland face Nigeria in the fourth game of Group D at the Volgograd Arena, with Lionel Messi's team hanging by a thread at the moment and their fate in this tournament depending on the outcome of the remaining games. Today everyone is better prepared for a World Cup.

"If we do the math and start playing for a draw then it will not be successful", captain Aleksandar Kolarov said. "We're going to go at Brazil with everything we have and hope we can get a positive result".

"This is a must-win game for Nigeria, and that makes it a little bit psychologically different - they have to win", Iceland coach Heimer Hallgrímsson said.

Switzerland frustrated Brazil and annoyed Neymar on Sunday and I liked the way they were set up in that game. Serbia, who have three points, play Switzerland, who drew with Brazil in their opener, later on Friday.

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The session was closed to the media, but the CBF also posted a short video on their Twitter account showing Neymar in action at the team's Sochi base.

Switzerland came out with an impressive draw against Brazil and will look to keep the momentum going against Serbia. Switzerland has lost just one of its last 23 matches - a 2-0 defeat to Portugal in a World Cup qualifier in October.

And after a frustrating night for Neymar Jr, the world's most expensive player scores in the 7th minute of stoppage time to double the lead.

Serbia, meanwhile, is seeking to reach the round of 16 for the first time since 1998, when it was known as Yugoslavia.

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