The Brazil team after so many failures in major tournaments over the years seems to have found the motto of victory. And the result has come to them as a ticket to the final of the Copa America 2019.
Brazil has excelled over the long-time rival in South America, Argentina, to enroll himself in the Copa America final match this year. Samba team do not appear too overwhelming before Messi and his teammates but they have what they need is that goal to win the final with the score 2-0.
Overall through the entire Selecao journey at the Copa America this time, Brazil has turned into a very different team compared to itself in the past. The Brazil team that many people still know about is an improvised football team and is especially famous for its beautiful attacking style, engaging, bringing excitement and leaving a lot of emotions for the fans.
But over the past years, the national team has often failed in major tournaments, although they still maintain their identity in their play, which is dedication and eye-catching for viewers.
The 2018 World Cup is a typical example. The Brazilian team, under the coach of Tite, brought to Russia the most attractive tournament team on the planet, including good players to turn to the 6th world championship, the most outstanding of which must be including PSG star Neymar.
With the presence of Neymar, the Brazilian team at the 2018 World Cup in Russia will of course choose to play proactively, overwhelming the opponent and have performed an extremely satisfying football in every match. But worth mentioning in that, Brazil is often in big trouble when Neymar appears on the field.
Neymar, despite being a good player, has good personal techniques and is particularly skillful when he has a ball in his leg but he is too fancy and loves to perform and of course, the effect it brings is not high clown.
Therefore, when faced with tough opponents and more organized science, the style of individual football Neymar and Brazil will easily be arrested. The most typical is the defeat against Belgium in the quarter-finals of the 2018 World Cup.