The match will be played on Venezuelan soil on October 6 at 5:30 am Bangladesh time. The match will be played on October 11 at 3 pm on Colombian soil. The next match is on home soil, October 15 at 8:30 am Bangladesh time. That match saw Luis Suarez’s Uruguay.
Brazil will play all three big matches in the 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifiers next month. Brazil coach Tito has announced a 25-member squad for those three matches today. Neymar, Casimiro, Jesus are there, the Brazilian coach has also called Vinicius Jr., who started this season in European club football in Real Madrid’s jersey.
Right-back legend Dani Alvez has been left out. The new face in the team is winger Anthony of Dutch club Ajax.
Another important aspect is that the 9 footballers who played for the English club for the three matches of this month’s World Cup qualifier (although the match against Argentina has been postponed due to off-field complications) were called up but could not play due to coronary rules between Brazil and England. That complication is not over yet, but he has called up the footballer who played in the English club again.
Of the previous nine, only Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino has been ruled out due to injury.
However, Brazil will not get Neymar in the first of these three matches. In the last match against Peru, Neymar received a yellow card in the 90th minute, the second yellow card of the Brazilian forward playing in the PSG this time. That’s why Neymar has been banned for the first of three matches in October.
It is questionable how much the Brazilian game in the World Cup qualifiers can fill the mind. But when it comes to win-lose, Brazil is flying fast. The match against Argentina on 6 September has been postponed due to off-field complications.
Officials from Brazil’s health regulator Anvisa stormed the field six minutes after the start of the Brazil-Argentina match on September 6, alleging that four Argentine players playing for an English club did not comply with the coroner’s ban on entering Brazil. The match was then canceled. Excluding the controversial match, Brazil has won eight of the eight matches in the 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifiers.
Brazil will play three more matches next month with the aim of maintaining the winning streak. After Venezuela and Colombia, Neymar will have another goal in these three matches against Uruguay. Make sure to get a place in Qatar this time!
Winning these 3 matches will give Brazil 33 points, and the history of the South American qualifiers says that getting more than 26-28 points guarantees the main stage of the World Cup!
That is the next thing. For the time being, there has been a controversy over the announcement of the team, not to call Dani Alvez. Alvez is still very sharp at the age of 36, but this time he has been replaced by Juventus’ Danilo, who has called up 22-year-old right-back Emerson Royal, who has moved to Tottenham from Barcelona this season.
Emerson has yet to find rhythm in his Tottenham jersey. But Alvez is not playing in any club! Alvez was “separated” from Sao Paulo earlier this month after a pay dispute. That is why he was not called to the team, he said.
After the announcement of the party, another issue also came up for discussion. The 9 Brazilians who played for the English club in the September World Cup qualifiers could not play due to corona complications between England and Brazil, so will the 6 players who were called up this time be able to play? The situation, however, is still the same
The country was on the “red list” for entering England due to the coronavirus outbreak in Brazil during the September matches. Brazil, on the other hand, puts England on the ‘red list’.
The Brazilians, who play for an English club, had to stay in quarantine for 10 days after entering England from Brazil to play for the national team. It was heard that he had to quarantine after leaving England for Brazil.
That is why English clubs did not leave Brazilian players then. The Brazilian Football Federation (CBF) was also angry about this. But the funny thing is that Brazil is still on the ‘red list’ of England!
But the Brazilian daily GloboSport wrote that the Brazilian coaches hope that the Brazilians who play in England this time will be released on time. The CBF, however, says that some more details about the play of these 6 players are yet to be finalized. The CBF has already requested the Brazilian government to relax quarantine restrictions on the entry of these players into Brazil.
Brazil’s three-match qualifiers in October:
Goalkeepers: Allison (Liverpool), Ederson (Man City), Waverton (Palmeiras)
Defenders: Danilo (Juventus), Emerson Royale (Tottenham), Alex Sandro (Juventus), Giorme Arana (Atletico Mineiro), Thiago Silva (Chelsea), Marquinhos (PSG), Militiao (Real Madrid), Militao (Real Madrid).
Midfielders: Casimiro (Real Madrid), Fabinio (Liverpool), Fred (Man United), Edenilson (Internacional), Gerson (Olympique Marseille), Lucas Paketa (Olympic Lyon), Everton Ribeiro (Fla.).
Forwards: Neymar (PSG), Anthony (Ajax), Rafinha (Leeds United), Vinicius Jr. (Real Madrid), Gabriel Jesus (Man City), Gabriel Barbosa (Flamengo), Mateus Kunia (Atletico Madrid).