Brazil maintained its beautiful start to Copa America by defeating Peru by 4-0 in the early hours of Friday to remain on top of Group A. Meanwhile, Fans have lauded the Performance of Thiago Silva who played the whole 90 Minutes.
The 36-year-old returned to the lineup after sitting on the bench in their opening game against Venezuela last Sunday which Brazil won by 3-0.
Brazil started the game very well as expected and they scored the first goal through Alex Sandro in 12 minutes. Neymar doubles the lead at 62 minutes of the second half, and two late goals from Ribeiro and Richalison sealed the 4-0 Victory for Brazil, making it two wins in two games.
However, Chelsea Star defender, Thiago Silva has been receiving some Praise from fans on social media as he showed yet another solid performance alongside Real Madrid's Eder Militao.
Thiago Silva’s stats for Brazil against Peru are as follows:
90 minutes played
66/70 passes completed (94.3%)
3 clearances (most)
2 interceptions (most)
2/2 aerial duels won
Here are the reactions of fans to Silva's Performance:
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