Sure but I wasn't ranking the teams in order.I was talking shyt about Brazil in the first half because overreacting on the Coli is what we do
But if we grade the teams on a curve, wouldn’t we argue Brazil looked the best given the relative competition?
Or what I’d say is 2nd half Brazil looked monstrous
That’s fairI'd have Spain above both England and Portugal.
14's had people here putting up wanted posters for midfielders. That shyt was an abomination and anyone paying attention knew that team was a bust in disguise.How deep of a talent pool do they need? Every Brazil team is top 5 in talent in pretty much every WC they've played.
No, Tite has always been a defensive-minded coach.Ah, my fault.
Brazil as a whole is gun-shy after that Germany fracas, I'm sure.
I haven't seen a better duo in their positions yet. I might never see it.Roberto Carlos and Cafu. Men with History.
I've been telling this for years. That bytch is an anchor. Did y'all notice how Vini had to steal the ball from him for that first goal?Both. Brazil actually playing like Brazil without Neymar on the pitch. Quick incisive passing and numerous attempts.
The last time people said that when Neymar was out because of an injury, we ran through a Copa America. Extreme dominance in all games, it wasn't even close.Let's wait till they play someone good before we say this
Check the potential brackets after the group stage too.out of all the “big” teams only Brazil played a tough team and they beat them with ease… they are legit England, France, Spain they all must still prove themselves
I wouldn't write off Germany to be honest. They were probably not on the levels of the top 5 but they were really unlucky against Japan. If they click, they can pile up goals
Look at the cumulative xG against Japan
That shyt looks ugly as hell.Breh def out next match, that's two weeks at least
It’s a lot of love in that room