Neymar has been called to Brazil for a friendly match against Colombia and Peru


Colombia and Peru will face Brazil in the United States next month as part of a global tour. Star forward Neymar has been returned to Brazil for the two matches. The prospect has also received a call from potential forward Vinicius Jr. Brazil will face Colombia on September 7 in Miami (Bangladesh time). After a three-day break, the Titus team will fight against Peru on September 7.

Neymar could not play in the last Copa America because of an injury. Venice was also hurt. However, coach Titi did not consider Venezuela in the Copa Brazil team. Without the duo, Brazil did not have a hard time winning the trophy. For the first time in a friendly match against Panama and the Czech Republic, Vinicius was called up for the Brazil squad. But the 3-year-old forward did not play for Brazil after missing the match for Real Madrid.

Brazil will start the World Cup qualification next year. As part of his preparation, Teet’s team is playing these preparation matches on a global tour. Teeta has also hired 3-year-old defender Dani Alvarez, who led Brazil to Copa in place of Neymar. Alvarez is optimistic about playing in the 2022 World Cup. A total of seven – Casio, Miranda, Philippe Lewis, Willian, Fernandinho, Gabriel Jesus and Everton – were eliminated from the Copa Tita squad. Everton, who scored the most goals in Copa, did not call in a pre-match match due to a busy schedule for his club Gramio, according to Brazil coach Titi.

Brazil Squad:

Goalkeepers:  Ederson (Manchester City), Evan (Ponte Preeta), Waverton (Palmeiras). Defenders: Dani Alvarez (Sওo Paulo), Fagner (Corinthians), Horse (Santos), Alex Sandro (Juventus), Ed Militao (Real Madrid), Marquinhos (PSG), Thiago Silva (PSG), Samir (Udinese). Midfielder:  Arthur (Barcelona), Casimiro (Real Madrid), Fabinho (Liverpool), Alan (Napoli), Lucas Pacueta (AC Milan), Philip Coutinho (Barcelona). Forwards: Neymar (PSG), Richardson (Everton), David Nerez (Ayax), Bruno Henrique (Flamengo), Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) and Vinicius Jr. (Real Madrid).


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