“Without the Premier League legions, Brazil would still be a world-class team that looks attractive.”
1NEWS – Failing to win the 2021 Copa America final does not make Brazil weak in the CONMEBOL 2022 World Cup Qualifiers Zone. The Selecao are able to record 100% wins from seven matches. The most recently beat Chile at the Estadio Monumental David Arellano, Santiago.
This international calendar is really strange for many South American national teams, including Brazil and Chile. The Samba team faced La Roja in the absence of a single player from the Premier League. So is Chile.
Brazil cannot play Alisson Becker (Liverpool) or Ederson Moraes (Manchester City) in goal. Then, Thiago Silva (Chelsea), Emerosn Royal (Tottenham Hotspur), Alex Telles and Fred (Manchester United), Roberto Firmino and Fabinho (Liverpool).
They are also without the presence of Allan and Richarlison (Everton), Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City), and Raphinha (Leeds United).
Great players based in England are not allowed to appear by their respective clubs. That’s because they will undergo a 10-day quarantine upon returning from country duty, which will make it difficult for the club in their next Premier League game.
Despite appearing with an embargo launched by Premier League clubs, Brazil was still able to transform into a frightening force when they traveled to Chile. The only goal the Samba team scored was Everton Ribeiro in the 64th minute.
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A 1-0 win is quite important because it means Brazil has always won in seven World Cup Qualifying matches in the South American region. In fact, Tite’s troops recorded 17 goals against the opponent’s goal and only suffered two goals aka +15.
7 games ️
— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) September 3, 2021
The record is far behind their South American rivals, Argentina. La Albiceleste is still in second place in the standings. However, Lionel Messi et al had drawn three times and won four of seven fights.
Moreover, out of 10 lucky matches throughout 2021, Brazil produced eight wins, one draw and one loss. Their only defeat came from Argentina in the 2021 Copa America final through Angel di Maria’s single goal.
Brazil in CONMEBOL Zone 2022 World Cup Qualifiers:
1. 9 October 2020 Brazil vs Bolivia 5-0
2. 13 October 2020 Peru vs Brazil 2-4
3. 13 November 2020 Brazil vs Venezuela 1-0
4. 17 November 2020 Uruguay vs Brazil 0-2
5. 4 June 2021 Brazil vs Ecuador 2-0
6. 8 June 2021 Paraguay vs Brazil 0-2
7. 2 September 2021 Chile vs Brazil 0-1
Imagens de uma luta de 90 minutos que valeu três pontos no Chile! Aqui é Brasil! ️
Lucas Figueiredo/CBF pic.twitter.com/naXozCU4GS
— CBF Futebol (@CBF_Futebol) September 3, 2021