Brazil fielded all 26 players in their World Cup squad – Neymar Tito | Brazilian soccer manager | Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022

Doha – Brazil coach Tite, who brought the second division team back to the bench after losing in the match against Cameroon, made about 10 changes and drew South Korea level. Brazil took a lot of blame for having fielded a second-tier side against Cameroon but went on to make history. With Tite giving all players who have not yet played a chance against Cameroon, the Brazilian side are on the brink of the historic milestone of 26 players on the pitch at the World Cup. Against South Korea on Monday, Tite gave Brazil a shot at history when he recalled goalkeeper Alisson in the 80th minute against South Korea and sent third goalkeeper Weverton into the net.


Social media is flooding Brazil and the coach with compliments. With this, Brazil became the first team to field their entire squad in a World Cup. The world of football praises coach Tite who has created love and unity among the players. It is a proud achievement that there are many players who have reached the World Cup and returned home sitting on the substitutes bench, but none of the Brazilian team has been included in that group. It is the first time in the history of the World Cup that a coach has given his entire team the chance to play.

When Brazil lift the cup on December 18, it will be a very emotional moment for all 26 members of the team, because everyone’s sweat will be in that cup. After the match, the team left the field after saying goodbye to the legendary Pele.


Brazil’s goalscorers are Vinicius Junior (7′), Neymar (13′ from a penalty), Richalison (29′) and Lucas Paquette (36′). Seung Ho Paik scored Korea’s only goal in the 76th minute. Brazil will face Croatia in the quarter-finals on Friday.

English summary: Brazil is the first team in history to use all 26 players in the World Cup

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