‘How the Brazilian is heading to the World Cup in Mexico’

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Contradictions of life. A historic signature while in Mexico With Dani Alves Pumas, they didn’t reduce him to “useless” in Brazil and being “in the league on vacation.” Brazilian fans make sure of that Not happy with the call From a veteran Qatar World Cup 2022.

With 39 years of age, Dani Alves is heading to his third World Cup After participating in South Africa 2010 and Brazil 2014, he pulled out of Russia 2018 due to a hamstring injury. But even his historic career with Barcelona didn’t save him “Dorcida Brasileira”‘s harsh commentsWho accused the national coach, Taite, to carry it “by levers.” Not on merit.

Some criticisms of Alves

“Someone has to explain. How did a Brazilian soccer player who went to Mexico end up in the last team on the World Cup roster?. He already had his moments, he already went to World Cups, never helped, with him he did not become a champion “, this is one of the most derogatory comments about Mexican football and Dani Alves’ penetration with the Pumas.

“We have players in all the important clubs in the world who want to tell me Dani Alves is the best! It’s a joke, no shit,” they blasted on the Scratch Instagram account. “A soccer player who’s been on vacation for years, now eats only tacos in Mexico, and is back to being a World Cup player, never changes.”They accused that.

Brazil squad for the World Cup

Brazil 2022 in Qatar; Liked the title

The Pumas player will compete with Danilo on the right wingThanks to the quality of Neymar, Vinicius Jr., Rafinha, Richarlison and many other elements, Canarinha comes from Juventus, as always, the best candidate for the title in the upcoming World Cup.

“Dani Alves for the World Cup? Is it a finger-tip, friendship or money?”, criticized one user. “Dani Alves at the World Cup, now we have to go out and fight in the streets,” said another. “Seeing Dani Alves is an insult, ridiculous, to the full backs who have worked so hard all year,” they charged.

Brazil matches in the World Cup

  • Brazil vs. Serbia / Thursday, November 24 CDMX at 1:00 p.m.
  • Brazil vs. Switzerland / Monday, November 28 10:00 a.m. CDMX
  • Brazil vs Cameroon / Friday December 2 CDMX at 1:00 p.m.
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