The World Cup corner: Brazil let’s be clear…no more help please!

The World Cup started bringing all the charm of a fantastic country. After a spectacular initial choreography wisely organized to highlight the Brazilian tradition an incredible singing performance began. Despite her age, Jennifer Lopez astounded everyone due to her unattainable beauty. Certainly, we cannot say the same thing about PittBull that came up on the stage with a let’s say an awkward selection of clothes…white jeans and Brazilian T-shirt tucked within the pants that highlighted a not quite perfect shape.

Then the match began and according to Kovac, the Croatian coach, it has been ruined by an inadequate referee which simply conceded a fake penalty to Brazil in order to not disappoint the crowd. In fact, the Croatian team started the match keeping the lines really tight between them and developing rapid counter attacks that created many problems for the Brazilian defense line. In this way Croatia reached its target to score one goal and wait for the Brazilian reaction. However, Neymar decided to amaze the crowd with his creativity and skills and with a great shoot at the corner he equalized the result. Unfortunately the second half has seen the referee as the only protagonist on the pitch and Brazil exploited the gentle present that he conceded to them.

The match ended 3-1 but Brazil did not have impressed the crowd. Its way of playing seemed to be a bit poor. Scolari’s guys had not played really well also because they rely to much on their skills not applying an organized tactic on the pitch.

Let’s say it clearly…Brazil does not need this kind of help on the pitch otherwise we can also turn the television off and go to the park.

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About Stefano Bernardini 4052 Articles
A Roman between New York, Philadelphia, and Rome achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Collaborated with & Calcio e Finanza | Reported on Major League Soccer | Featured on Bleacher Report & OneFootball EN.

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