This Saturday, the Brazilian Team will have its first commitment after the World Cup in Qatar and the Tite era. Brazil faces Morocco, at 7 pm (Brasília time), in a friendly match that will mark the third meeting between the teams in history.
The first two matches between Brazil and Morocco were in 1997 and 1998, with two wins for the Canadian team. In the first meeting, under the command of Zagallo, Brazil won 2-0, with two goals from Denílson, at Estádio Mangueirão, in Belém (PA).
In this game, the Brazilian team entered the field with Taffarel in goal; Júnior Baiano, Cafu and Gonçalves in defense; Émerson, Zé Elias, Juninho Paulista and Zé Roberto in midfield and Denílson, Dodô and Donizete in the offensive sector.
In the second match, the meeting was at the 1998 World Cup. For the second round of the group stage, Brazil defeated Morocco by 3-0, with goals from Rivaldo, Bebeto and Ronaldo Fenômeno, and guaranteed qualification for the round of 16 .
Also under the command of Zagalo, Brazil went to the field with Taffarel in goal; Cafu, Júnior Baiano, Aldair and Roberto Carlos in the defensive line; César Sampaio, Dunga, Leonardo and Rivaldo in the middle and Ronaldo Fenômeno and Bebeto in the attack.
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