Brazil is preparing Serbia’s “dances”, while Switzerland is afraid of Abu Bakr’s comrades

The first Brazilian national football team begins its journey towards the sixth star and the first title since 2002 with a real test, Thursday, when it faces the Serbian national team, in the first round of Group G competitions for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
And after the wonderful journey it achieved in the South American qualifiers, which it finished at the top with 14 wins and three draws without any defeat, Brazil appears to be one of the most prominent teams to win the title, especially in the brilliance of most of its stars, headed by Neymar, Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo.
Coach Tite put his team on the right track and shook off the dust of the historic defeat against Germany 1-7 in the semi-finals of the 2014 World Cup, by leading him to crowning the Copa America in 2019 and then going through the South American qualifiers without any defeat, in addition to reaching the final of the Copa America 2021, where He lost to his Argentine rivals 0-1.
Since falling to Lionel Messi and his companions on July 10, 2021, Tite’s men have not tasted defeat in 15 consecutive matches, the last of which were four preparations for the finals, from which they all emerged with a victory over the participating teams in the Qatari World Cup, which are South Korea (5-1), Japan (1-0). Ghana (3-0) and finally Tunisia (5-1).
And to show the extent of Brazilian confidence in this World Cup, Barcelona striker Rafinha revealed on Monday that the players attended the festive dances, saying: “In fact, we have so far (ceremonial) dances for ten goals. We have maybe 10 dances prepared for each match, one for the first goal, another for the second and one for the third… If we score more than 10 goals, we will have to be creative.
On the other hand, the Serbian national team includes a group of stars such as Vlahovic, his Italian Juventus colleague Philip Kostic, Dutch Ajax playmaker Dusan Tadic and Italian Lazio midfielder Sergey Milinkovic-Savic.
In a second match, Switzerland, which knocked out world champion France from the final price of the European Cup in the summer of 2021, and then caused Italy to miss the World Cup finals after it surpassed them in the European qualifiers, hopes to continue its surprises, but the task of reaching the final price for the third time in a row will not be easy against the national team. Cameroonian, who usually appears strongly in the World Cup.
The stars of the Swiss national team shine in their clubs, starting with captain Granit Xhaka, who scored 4 goals this season with Arsenal, and is still a bloc of activity in the middle of the field, while abandoning his quarrels that created trouble for him with the referees in the past.
As for Cameroon, which finished third in the African Cup of Nations, which it hosted earlier this year, it includes among its ranks some stars who shine in the ranks of European clubs, most notably the Italian Inter goalkeeper Andre Onana, the Napoli midfielder Andre Frank Zambo-Angesa, in addition to Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, who He has been shining in the ranks of Bayern Munich recently, and his colleague in the front line, Vincent Abu Bakr, with the Saudi victory. Brazil is preparing Serbia's

Brazil is preparing Serbia's

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