While Brazil is doing tonight against Serbia (8 p.m.)his entry into competition, Tite, the Auriverde coach, wanted to warn his players not to see themselves looking too good against their opponent, so as not to reproduce the pattern of the meeting between Argentina and Saudi Arabia (2-1).
But after the Brazilians celebrated the Albiceleste defeat as a victory for their own team, the 61-year-old manager still insisted on defending his players. “That’s our uniqueness. Just as we respect the cultures of countries, we respect our own”he asked in a pre-match press conference, before adding: “It’s joy, the goal is the greatest moment. We respect the adversary, but we also do it out of respect for ourselves. »
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