How could Brazil’s XI play against South Korea | Match Preview

How could Brazil's XI play against South Korea?
How could Brazil’s XI play against South Korea?

There is relief in the Brazil camp with the news that Neymar is returning. However, the memory of the loss against Cameroon is also certain in Tit’s mind. He has already warned the disciples about that.

Since the start of the World Cup, the Brazilian team has been plagued by injuries one after another. Neymar and Danilo suffered ankle injuries in the first match of the season against Serbia. As a result, the two could not play in the remaining two matches of the group stage for the record five-time world champions. But the good news for the fans is that they are returning in the last sixteen matches against the Asian team South Korea. Danilo can be seen in the left-back position there. Brazil coach Tite’s words have such a glimpse.

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The 31-year-old Danilo of the Italian club Juventus is originally a right back. But he can play center back and left back. He was even seen as a center midfielder on the field. Juve has been playing with three center-backs in the playing XI for the current season. And Sandro was on the left side of that formation in several matches.

Eder Militao will play at right-back if Danilo fills the current vacancy at left-back in Brazil. Although he is primarily a center-back. However, he is often seen playing right back for the Spanish club Real Madrid. Moreover, the 24-year-old star played in this position against Switzerland in the group stage.

Brazil’s possible XI

Alison, Edar Militao, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Danilo, Lucas Paqueta, Casemiro, Rafinha, Neymar, Vinicius Jr, Richarlison.

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