Brazil will break out the prepared dances at the World Cup


Doha, Qatar — Brazil Has already prepared and rehearsed the dance to score a goal at the World Cup in Qatar, according to the forward Rafinha

Feeling happy ahead of debut against five-time world champions Serbia on Thursday, and players are looking forward to a lot of dancing.

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“To be honest, we already have dances ready for the 10th goal,” Rafinha said at a press conference on Monday. “We have some 10 dances ready for each match, one for the first, one for the second, one for the third… If we score more than 10, we have to start innovating.”

Brazil brought an attack-minded team to Qatar, with Rafinha included among the nine forwards selected by coach Tite to try and win Brazil their first World Cup title in two decades.

have another Vinicius Jr.who was embroiled in controversy over his dances after his goals earlier this season real madrid, he and mate rodrigo However, Spain kept dancing despite the criticism, and promised more when he made the national team at the World Cup.

Rapinha and neymar was among those who publicly showed their support for Vinicius at the time.

striker richardsonBrazil’s top scorer this year, said he hoped “the goals will come naturally” to him and his teammates at the World Cup.

“When you wear the number 9 jersey with the Brazilian national team, you only want to score goals,” he said. “With these teammates, I’m sure the goals will come.”

Other forwards selected by Tite were pedro, Antoine, Gabriel Jesus And Gabriel Martinelli

Richardson, Rafinha and Neymar are set to start against Serbia on Thursday but there were still doubts about how Tite would set up his attack for the opener. The coach can use either midfielder lucas paqueta In a more attacking position, or Vinicius up front.

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“With Vinicius we have more pace in attack, while with Paqueta we have more control of the midfield,” Rafinha said. “But the specialty of Brazil is that it is always offensive-minded, no matter who gets the chance to play.”

Brazil’s other Group G matches are against Switzerland And cameroon,

Brazil is seeking to win its first World Cup title since 2002, when the Ronaldo-led side lost Germany in the final.

Meanwhile, Richardson came out to defend Neymar after Paris Saint Germain The star was criticized for posting a picture with the sixth star on his shorts on a flight to Qatar, referring to a possible sixth World Cup title for the Brazilians.

“We’re dreamers, we’re going to go after this sixth star, no matter what people are going to say,” Richardson said.

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