Brazil seem to have no flaws entering group play




 

Ahead of Brazil's debut at the 2022 World Cup, Joe Prince-Wright, Andy Edwards and Nicholas Mendola examine how far the Seleção can go in Qatar and whether Serbia could give them trouble.

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  • acim
    (2022-11-24 14:45:01Z)

    This post has some really wonderful insights and interpretations in it. Another great update.

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