Tunisia is preparing to cross swords in the round of 16 of the 2023 U20 World Cup with a regular in the competition, Brazil. Date and time of the match, analysis: here is what you need to know about this fourth poster of the first knockout round.
On which channel to watch Brazil-Tunisia?
The U20 Carthage Eagles will face Brazil on Wednesday, May 31, 2023 at La Plata Stadium (53,000 seats), Buenos Aires, Argentina, at 2:30 p.m. local time. It will be 7:30 p.m. in France and 6:30 p.m. in Tunisia. The match will be streamed around the world on FIFA TV and on L’Équipe Live in France.
Brazil-Tunisia: analysis of the match
Beaten to the wire by Uruguay (0-1, goal in the 90e+3), the
Tunisia relied on France’s insufficient victory over Honduras in Group F (1-3) to validate its qualification for the round of 16 of the 2023 U20 World Cup among the best 3rd. With only three points taken in as many games (defeat against England 1-0 on the first day), the Eagles were saved thanks to a better goal difference (+1) than France (0) and Japan (-1, group C). The men of Montassar Louhichi must therefore stuff themselves with Brazil in the next round, a hell of a big chunk of the tournament. And it’s not going to be easy for Youssef Snana’s band.
Final results in Group E ⏰#U20WC
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Indeed, well beyond his solid campaign of groups ensuring him the qualification in the group of death (1er
before italy and the
Nigeria which he got the scalp last Saturday 2-0 plus a 6-0 against the Dominican Republic), Brazil impresses with their experience in the tournament. With five titles to its name, the Seleção is the second most successful selection in history behind Argentina, record holder of victories with six crowns. The Canarinhas are used to this kind of meeting, unlike the Tunisians. It is therefore an understatement to say that the latter must raise their level of play to make the Auriverdes doubt.
Brazil come out on top of Group D 🇧🇷#U20WC
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