- Brazil were dumped out of this year's World Cup in Russia after losing 2-1 to Belgium
- An own goal from Fernandinho and a Kevin De Bruyne's powerful shot propelled the Red Devils to the next round
Five time World Cup champions Brazil were dumped out of this year's FIFA World Cup in Russia after losing 2-1 to Belgium in their quarterfinal clash on Friday, July 6.
An own goal from Fernandinho and Kevin De Bruyne ensured the Red Devils reach the semi finals of the tournament while Renato Augusto's equaliser was a mere consolation.
However, the fans of the south American team were unimpressed with the performance of their team in that game as they rained stones on their bus on their return home over the weekend.
Despite crashing out in a disgraceful way at the last four stage in in 2014, but were tipped as one of the favourites to win this year's edition.
Coach Tite's men started their campaign on a shaky note but got better as the competition progressed, but couldn't handle the Belgians in their last eight stage.
According to Sportbible, the fans expressed their displeasure to the team on their arrival as they hauled stones at the team bus after touching down in Brazil from Russia.
Belgium are through to the semifinal stage of this year's FIFA World Cup staging in Russia after beating Brazil 2-1 at the Kazan Arena.
An own goal from Manchester City's Fernandinho gave the Red Devils the lead in the 13th minute before his fellow club teammate, Kevin De Bruyne fired a thunderous shot to the left corner of Alisson's goal post to keep them two goals up in the first half.
Roberto Martinez's men troubled the five time champions all through the first half to get more goals but their efforts weren't good enough to find the back of the net.
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