, I expect the team to be very intense, very aggressive to attack and score as wellBrazil coach Fernando Diniz gave the assurance during a press conference at the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) training center in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro state, before facing Argentina from Tuesday to Wednesday night (1:30 p.m. French). Gave. time, will be followed on the L’Equipe channel). Everyone wants their team to attack well and defend equally well. I expect a balanced team, without losing the efficiency and creative power that is already there ,
The Seleção is under pressure before the match at the Maracana stadium: it has gone three matches without a win, including two consecutive defeats (0–2 in Uruguay on 18 October and 1–2 in Colombia on 17 November), which has never happened before. It did not reach the South American qualifiers for the World Cup. The Brazilians are in fifth place with 7 points, while their great rivals, crowned world champions in Qatar in 2022, are in first place with 12 points from five matches.
Despite this, the Albiceleste lost 2-0 against Marcelo Bielsa’s Uruguay at the Bombonera Stadium in Buenos Aires on Thursday. “I am not used to making too many changes but we will make some adjustments because Argentina is a very capable team and they have Messi. We will try to emphasize our qualities, to impose ourselves, taking all the necessary precautions because it is no coincidence that they are world champions and that they have one of the best players in history. », Diniz underlined.
Brazil will also have to deal with the absence of five starting players, including captain Casemiro, who is injured, as well as stars Neymar and Vinicius Junior. “These are the players we need at every level, on and off the field.”, said Diniz, who assured that his team, unlike Lionel Scaloni’s established Argentina selection, is being renewed. PSG defender Marquinhos, who will reclaim the captain’s armband, spoke on Monday “Delicate Moment” For the Seleção, believing that he would have ” Bravery “ To emerge victorious against Argentina.
Diniz, 49, said he was not surprised that Tuesday’s match would be his last official match in charge of Brazil, having taken over on a 12-month contract in July. Days seven and eight of South American qualifying for the 2026 World Cup will take place in September.
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