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Brazil's four-goal first half vs. South Korea was football heritage

In a World Cup of meticulously calculated added time, South Korea was extremely grateful to the officiating crew for only adding five minutes to the end of the first-half Monday after Brazil scored four salacious goals and accented each with a three-part dance production.

You felt bad for the Taegeuk Warriors because it definitely got embarrassing, but this is why you always, without fail, put Brazil on the television when they're playing at a World Cup — this is the beautiful game.

We're just gonna start with the third because Richarlison basically performed the legendary "seal dribble" to make it happen.

Brazil's No. 9 took three touches with his head as Hwang In-beom tried to close him down. Once the South Korean got near, Richarlison cut inside him with a dainty piece of toe control before feeding an advanced Marquinhos. Richarlison carried his run into the box while Marquinhos found Thiago Silva, and the center back found the striker's run for an easy finish. 

Richarlison and two center backs doing the business here. Everyone on Brazil can hurt you.  

Even Tite. This had to be pretty soul crushing for South Koreans. 

The finish provided by Vinícius Júnior on Brazil's opener was silky smooth.  

Neymar got the second from the spot.

Lucas Paquetá the fourth from Vini Jr.

South Korea had nowhere to hide.

 You're gonna want the DVD of those 45 minutes.

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