Brazil vs Haiti: Score, Live Stream and Highlights From Copa America



Competition: Copa America Centenario [Group B]

Kickoff Time: 7:30 EST, 23:30 GMT

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Venue: Orlando Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Florida

Referee: Mark Geiger

Brazil Starting XI: Alisson; Dani Alves, Gil, Marquinhos, Filipe Luis; Casemiro, Elias, Renato Augusto, Coutinho, Willian; Jonas

Brazil subs: Alves; Grohe, Caio, Fabinho, Santos, Walace, Ganso, Lucas Lima, Lucas Moura, Gabriel, Hulk

Haiti (5-4-1): Placide; Alcenat, Mechack, Jaggy, Genevois, Goreaux; Louis, Lafrance, Marcelin, Alexandre; Belfort

Haiti subs: Cues; Odelus, Christian, Lambese, Aveska, Hilaire, Millien, Norde, Mustivar, Guerrier, Maurice, Belfort



GOAL: Brazil 1-0 Haiti 

14′ – Brazil scored their first goal of the tournament through Philippe Coutinho. It was a trademark goal from the Liverpool midfielder, who picked up a nice pass from Felipe Luis, cuts in and drilled the ball past Placide in an emphatic fashion. Check the goal below:

GOAL: Brazil 2-0 Haiti 

28′ – Coutinho scored his second half of the game to put Brazil 2-0 up front. Dani Alves produced a brilliant cross from the right that fell to Jonas, who smartly placed the ball in the path of Coutinho to gently tap in from close range. Check the goal:

 GOAL: Brazil 3-0 Haiti

35′ It has been all too easy for Brazil. A breathtaking first half really. Renato Augusto got his name on the scoresheet with a fine looping header. It was incidentally Brazil’s 400th goal in Copa America. Check the goal video:

 GOAL: Brazil 4-0 Haiti

60′ The Selecao are simply unstoppable tonight. Gabriel Barbosa, dubbed as the new Neymar, gets his second career for Brazil with a brilliantly taken strike with his left foot. Check the goal:

GOAL: Brazil 5-0 Haiti

68′ Lucas Lima coming on a substitute scores his second career goal for Brazil with almost his first touch of the match. Dani Alves produced yet another delicious cross from the right and Lima slots home with a looping header past Placide.

GOAL: Brazil 5-1 Haiti

No clean sheet joy for Brazil, as James Marcelin pulled one back for Haiti. He was delighted to score against the 8th time Copa Champions.

GOAL: Brazil 6-1 Haiti

85′ Haiti too casual to give away passes and with Brazil is some kind of punishing mood aren’t looking to miss out on any opportunities. Renato Augusto scores his second of the match.

GOAL: Brazil 7-1 Haiti

And there was still time for Brazil to add another. Philippe Coutinho scored a breathtaking goal to complete his hat-trick. Check the goal below:

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