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Brazil Secure 3-1 Win Over Croatia In World Cup Opener

With much expected from Brazil in the opening game of the World Cup, the home country stormed ahead in a 3-1 victory over Croatia. The first goal of competition turned out to be an own goal from Marcelo, who turned a shot from Jelavic into his own net. Despite constant pressure from Croatia, Neymar managed to equal the scoring at 1-1 after slotting the ball past the keeper from just outside the area.

While the two sides went into half-time on equal terms, it took until the 70th minute mark for Brazil to make it 2-1, when a controversial decision was made after Lovren brought down Fred, and Neymar was there to convert from the penalty spot. While Croatia continued to search for an equalizer, Oscar shattered their hopes in the 90th minute with a brilliant solo effort, taking the ball through two defenders and tapping home from distance.

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