The Brazil World Cup 2022 squad has been declared : Roberto Firmino doesn't make the group

The Brazil World Cup 2022 squad, roberto firmino,

The Brazil World Cup 2022 squad has been declared - and the large news is that Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino doesn't make the group.

The Brazil World Cup 2022 squad

Brazil hasn't taken on European resistance since a Walk 2019 cordial against the Czech Republic. The last time they went this long without meeting an opponent from Europe was before the 1954 World Cup.

The irregularity has brought inquiries at essentially every public interview and, for some time, effectively minimized the group's record-breaking qualifying structure. The Selecao dominated 14 of 17 matches (the conflict against Argentina that was deserted for Coronavirus tricks was eventually dropped), piling up 40 objectives and yielding only five.

Be that as it may, such is the energy around Brazil now, the mindset has definitely changed. Basically, the installation list idiosyncrasy is Europe's misfortune. They have no clue about what's coming for them.

For the greater part of the way to the Qatar World Cup 2022, Brazil looked like a realistic outfit that came up short on conventional pizazz and mystique and depended a lot on Neymar's eight-objective virtuosity. That switched up in mid-2021 with the ascent of players who supervisor Tite alludes to as "perninhas rapidas" (quick little legs). Raphinha, Antony, Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo, and Gabriel Martinelli have carried an elusive new power to the Selecao, transforming it into a side that - for perhaps the initial time starting around 2006 - fans really accept can win the World Cup.

Add to that a backline framed of Alisson (with Ederson an extravagance hold), Thiago Silva, and Marquinhos that has been practically invulnerable throughout the course of recent years, and out of nowhere, the promotion appears to be more than legitimate.

Brazil is obviously better pre-arranged for the current year. In June 2016, Tite assumed responsibility for a group halfway through qualifying that almost didn't come to Russia 2018 by any stretch of the imagination, and afterward battled after wounds to Neymar, Dani Alves, and Renato Augusto. The situation is different at this point. With additional strategic choices, the five-time title holders have even looked like Kick Guardiola's Manchester City, the full-backs moving into focal midfield when they have ownership.

To win its first World Cup since 2002, Brazil will hope to benefit from the familiarity brought by a good glug of the squad plying their trade in the Premier League together. Otherwise, they will be matching their longest-ever drought (1970 to 1994) by going at least 24 years between trophy lifts – and that doesn’t bear thinking about.

Brazil World Cup 2022 squad: The final 26-player team

GK: Alisson Becker (Liverpool)

GK: Ederson (Manchester City)

GK: Weverton (Palmeiras)

DF: Dani Alves (UNAM)

DF: Thiago Silva (Chelsea)

DF: Marquinhos (PSG)

DF: Danilo (Juventus) 

DF: Alex Telles (Sevilla)

DF: Alex Sandro (Juventus)

DF: Eder Militao (Real Madrid)

DF: Bremer (Juventus)

MF: Bruno Guimarães (Newcastle)

MF: Casemiro (Real Madrid)

MF: Lucas Paqueta (Lyon)

MF: Fabinho (Liverpool)

MF: Fred (Manchester United)

MF: Everton Ribeiro (Flamengo)

FW: Neymar (PSG)

FW: Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal)

FW: Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid)

FW: Antony (Manchester United)

FW: Richarlison (Tottenham)

FW: Raphinha (Barcelona)

FW: Rodrygo (Real Madrid) 

FW: Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)

FW: Pedro (Flamengo)

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