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Who is the referee for Brazil vs Serbia for the Qatar 2022 World Cup?

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Who is the referee for Brazil vs Serbia: We know everything about the referee who will be dispensing justice in the match Brazil vs. Serbia corresponding to Group G for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

We get into a very interesting match as Brazil will play against Serbia at the end of the first matchday corresponding to the Qatar 2022 World Cup. As one of the details to take into account, Alireza Faghani is the referee of the match and we are going to know a little more about his life and work.

Before knowing in detail who will be dispensing justice, we complete the refereeing team by saying that the linesmen are his fellow countrymen Mohammadreza Mansouri and Mohammadreza Abolfazli, while the Senegalese Maguette Ndiaye will act as fourth official. Appearing on the VAR are Qatar’s Abdulla Al-Marri (principal), Singapore’s Muhammad Bin Jahari, Australia’s Anton Shchetinin and Netherlands’ Paulus van Boekel.

Who is the referee for Brazil vs Serbia
Who is the referee for Brazil vs Serbia

Who is the referee for Brazil vs Serbia?

His name is Alireza Faghani, born in the Iranian city of Kashmar on March 21, 1978. The particularity is that he had a brief career as a soccer player, playing in the third category of soccer in his native country, but soon after he decided to become a referee, the same profession as his father Mohammed.

In 2007, he began his career as a match referee for Asian, recognized as a FIFA international referee in 2008, in addition to leading more than transcendent matches: the first leg of the final of the AFC Champions League 2014, the final of the Asian Cup 2015 between the Republic of Korea and Australia, the definition of the Club World Cup between River and Barcelona in 2015 and the climax of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016 with Brazil and Germany, among others. He has played 339 matches, where he issued 1229 yellow cards, 26 red cards and awarded 55 penalties.

Let’s go to a key fact, Faghani covered the 2017 Confederations Cup semifinals between Chile and Portugal, which served to catapult him in Russia 2018. Four matches he was part of, such as Mexico’s 1-0 win over Germany, France’s 4-3 drubbing of Argentina, Belgium’s 2-0 win over England for third place and none other than Brazil’s 2-0 Serbia. Yes, the same match of the day.

On that day, June 27, 2018, the “Canarinha” triumphed with goals from Paulinho and Thiago Silva, while cautioning Adem Ljajic, Nemanja Matić and Aleksandar Mitrović, the latter the only one to repeat in 2022. But Alireza also led the friendly match that Brazil played against Japan on June 6 of this year, with Tite’s team winning 1-0 thanks to Neymar’s goal, who was yellow carded along with Raphinha, Wataru Endo and Daichi Kamada.

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