World Cup 2022 Group G Team Guides: Brazil


it’s been 20 years Brazil Won the last world cup. As the No. 1 ranked team in the world, it is certainly the favorite to win it all in Qatar. four years ago, Seleção trusted too much neymar and lost belgium In the quarterfinals, but with a sizable roster of stars playing in the world’s top league, Tite’s team is expected to bow out of the group.

However, you can’t ignore competitive European sides Switzerlandwhich Brazil had drawn in the 2018 group stage, and Serbiawho beat cristiano ronaldo Portugal during qualification. cameroon There is also an experienced group and battle-tested after the playoff victory over Algeria.

everything you need to know about Brazil,

coach: tight

highest finish: Five-time champion (1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002)

2018 over: quarter finals

Fox Bet Odds: +450

Key Players: Neymar, Vinicius Jr., marquinhos

what we’re excited to seeNeymar is one of the most popular and attractive superstars in the game. psg The attacker scored eight goals for Brazil during qualification and soon – maybe in Qatar? – Surpass Pele as his country’s all-time leading goalscorer (Pele scored 77 goals for Brazil, and Neymar scored 75 goals in World Cups).

What does success look like: world cup title or bust

Achilles heel: Messi recently said that he is choosing either Brazil or France to win the World Cup. With a stacked roster, the pressure is on for Tite and his men to bring home a record sixth title.

X Factor: Brazil have won or drawn 28 of their last 29 matches in 2019, including one loss to Messi and Argentina in the 2021 Copa America final. Since then, Tite’s experienced group have not lost a single CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying match and head into Qatar feeling confident.

Three things you need to know about Brazil

Three things you need to know about Brazil

Alexi Lalas offers three things to know about Brazil ahead of the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup.

goalkeeper: Allison, Ederson, Weaverton

defenders: Dani Alves, Danilo, Alex Sandro, Alex Telles, Bremner, Eder Militão, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva

midfielder: Bruno Guimaraes, Casemiro, Everton Ribeiro, Fabinho, Fred, Lucas Paqueta

ahead: Antony, Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli, Neymar, Pedro, Rafinha, Richardson, Rodrigo, Vinicius Junior

But Littman covers college football, college basketball and soccer for Fox Sports. She previously wrote for Sports Illustrated, USA Today and The Indianapolis Star. She is the author of “Strong Like a Woman”, published in the spring of 2022 to mark the 50th anniversary of Title IX. Follow him on Twitter @lecon littman,


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