Copa America : 2019 While Brazil’s inclusion in the title game may not be that surprising (the host nation is undefeated and has yet to concede a goal), Peru’s most definitely is. Less than two weeks ago, it suffered a 5-0 destruction at the hands of the Seleçao and slipped into the knockout stage as a third-place finisher. Ricardo Gareca’s side found a way to rebound, though, and thanks to an impressive change of character,
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Team: Copa America 2019
Competition: Copa America 2019
Date : Saturday Jul 6,2019
Time : 3:00 p.m. ET
Millions of boys in Brazil lace up their boots every day hoping to become professional footballers, many of them wanting to give their families a brighter future. But the doors of opportunity open for only a few. Everton, who is currently starring for Brazil at the Copa América, was given his big chance when Grêmio appeared with an offer in 2012.
Signing the deal would mean moving 3,800km away to the opposite end of the country. But it wasn’t necessarily the distance that intimidated the promising young forward. Everton didn’t want to leave Maracanaú in the north east of Brazil for Porto Alegre in the south as it would mean leaving his girlfriend behind.
Sunday’s Copa America final between Brazil and Peru is a contest replete with history, one that carries the weight of two veteran managers looking to turn their respective players into champions for the first time in their tenures. It’s also a rematch of the most lopsided game in this year’s competition.
While a host of great players have guided the Selecao to the cusp of glory, the midfielder believes they would be stronger with the PSG star
Casemiro believes Brazil would be even better with Neymar as he lauded the quality of the squad ahead of Sunday’s Copa America final against Peru.
Despite being without Neymar, who is sidelined with an ankle injury, Tite’s men and the tournament hosts have reached the decider.
While Casemiro hailed the forward’s quality, the midfielder also praised the talent in Brazil’s squad.