World Cup 2022 highlights: Switzerland tops Serbia, 3-2, to advanceThe group stage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup came to a close Friday with Switzerland (2-0-1) outlasting Serbia (0-1-2) at Qatar's Stadium 974— and there was no shortage of action in the Group G tilt. Elsewhere, Cameroon (1-1-1) handed Brazil (2-0-1) its first loss of the tournament in the other Group G match. Here are the top plays! Switzerland 3, Serbia 21': No time to wasteSwitzerland didn't waste any time setting the tone early in this one, making big moves in the opening minute.
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Switzerland in 35' 44': Knotted upBreel Embolo came up with the game-tying score for Switzerland just ahead of halftime. Switzerland's Breel Embolo scores goal vs. Serbia in 44' 48': Second-half surgeSwitzerland came out strong in the second half, as Remo Freuler knocked one in to give the Swiss a 3-2 edge. It marked the first time since 1994 that three different players scored for Switzerland in a World Cup match. Meanwhile, Serbia's Sergej Milinković-Savić was shown the third yellow card of the game — Serbia's first. Switzerland's Remo Freuler scores goal vs. Serbia in 48' 65': Chaos ensuesNo penalty was called after Mitrović made contact with Switzerland's Fabian Schar, infuriating Serbia's bench so much so that it spilled out onto the field. Serbian goalie Predrag Rajković was shown a yellow card in the dust-up — Serbia's third of the match.
20': Goal! Xherdan Shaqiri came up big for Switzerland in the first half, putting his team on the board early, 1-0, minutes after the first yellow card of the game was shown to teammate Silvan Widmer. Switzerland's Xherdan Shaqiri scores goal vs. Serbia in 19' 26': Battling earlySerbia's Aleksandar Mitrović came up with the equalizer on this smooth header following a fast break. Serbia's Aleksandar Mitrović scores goal vs. Switzerland in 26' 35': New leader! Serbia took a 2-1 lead late in the first half thanks to a smooth shot from forward Dušan Vlahović. Meanwhile, Switzerland's Rubén Vargas picked up a yellow card — the second of the match for the Swiss. Serbia's Dušan Vlahović scores goal vs.