How Brazil will cope with loss of Neymar at World Cup

It was all going so well. Perhaps too well.

True, Brazil struggled to break down Serbia in the first half of their World Cup opener. But the ball moved quicker and the talent flowed as Richarlison’s brace sealed a 2-0 win in a scintillating second half. And, surely to the delight of coach Tite, the team went with an ultra-attacking lineup but at no time looked in the remotest danger of conceding a goal. Even the fact that the team had to work hard for its openings was a plus.

Things could…

Read the Full Article Here espn

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

World Cup: Carlos Queiroz hits back at Jurgen Klinsmann over his criticism of Iran’s ‘culture’

Call the Covid chief! Jonathan Van-Tam lines up role with the BBC’s Midwives