This Friday the auriverde team will fraternize to celebrate their transition to next year’s tournament, before preparing their next match against Argentina.
The Brazil coach, Tite, He held back his words in joy at qualifying for the Qatar World Cup 2022, after beating Colombia 1-0 on Thursday, and set several goals to work on until the South American qualifiers are over.
“I can’t say the swear word that I wanted to say”, Said the technician at a press conference at the Neo Química Arena stadium in Sao Paulo, at the end of the match against the coffee team.
In a climate of absolute good humor, your technical assistant, Cleber Xavier, who accompanied Tite during the virtual appearance, jumped into the pool and he blurted out: “The whore who gave birth to him! We are in Qatar ”.
With five World Cup qualifying matches still to be played, the pending at home against Argentina which was suspended last September, Tite targeted himself “Have solidity, creation and goal”.
And victory. That is excellence: creation and scoring, defensive solidity and victory. That is what drives us. We have to get as close as possible to that, “he said.
Although he pointed out that this Friday they will fraternize “a little” to “celebrate” the qualification to Qatar 2022, before starting the preparation for the match against Argentina next Tuesday, in San Juan.
The victory against Colombia was also the 50th in 67 games as Canarinha coach, although, as he said, he is not very “attached” to the statistics.
“Of course it’s okay, that recognition is good. But I speak from the heart; my greatest joy is to divide the joy. When I look at the technical commission, the staff who work day by day, that is something priceless, “he said.
“Is the way, the dignity with which we do our work, respect those who are different, know that we represent a lot of people and that we have to speak with affection. Is that. Divide ”, he completed.
Brazil, leader of the South American qualifiers and undefeated with 11 wins and 1 draw, defeated Colombia 1-0 this Thursday at the Neo Química Arena stadium in Sao Paulo, thanks to a goal from Lucas Paquetá to pass from Neymar, and secured his ticket to the World Cup in Qatar. (D)
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