- Brazil, the most successful nation at the World Cup, have not enjoyed much success at the tournament since their last triumph 20 years ago
- Coach Tite's charges head to Qatar with, on paper, the best and most well-rounded squad and a more pragmatic style of football
- Meanwhile, star player Neymar is just three goals shy of surpassing the legendary Pele as his country’s all-time top goal scorer and could begin his bid to hallowed grounds against Serbia
Five-time world champions Brazil touched down in Qatar ahead of the start of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Touted as frontrunners to clinch a record-extending sixth world crown, Brazil have been camping in Italy fine-tuning their squad for the quadrennial tournament.
The South American giants became the latest team to land in the Middle East nation as all 32 participating countries chase eternal glory in what promises to be an exciting football festival.
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Just as they caused a lot of buzz with their squad announcement, Brazil arrived in Qatar amid similar fanfare with their sensational fashion sense.
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In a video posted on Twitter, seen by Sports Brief, the Brazilian contingent made up of the playing body, technical team and other backroom staff were warmly received upon their arrival.
Clad in smart Alice blue suits complimented with white long-sleeve shirts and white mufflers across the necks of some of the contingent, the Brazilians were greeted by the Qatari staff at the hotel.
What next for Brazil?
Paired in Group G alongside Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon, the Selecao will first have to carve themselves out of the group before reaching the deep ends of the competition.
Fred causes stir in Brazil camp
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Manchester United midfielder Fred once again got himself on the wrong side of his Brazil teammates after inadvertently taking up Neymar's spot during Brazil's photo session.
Brazil had organised a quick photo-op at their training base in Turin, Italy, before heading to Qatar for the World Cup.
The five-time World Champions have been training in Italy for the last week as they look to be in prime condition to bid for a sixth title.
Source: Sports Brief News