FIFA World Cup 2018: Brazil lost the race to the FIFA World Cup Trophy

Jul 07 2018 11:00 AM
FIFA World Cup 2018: Brazil lost the race to the FIFA World Cup Trophy

 

In yesterday’s match, Brazil lost in the race to FIFA World Cup trophy. After 4 years, the psychodrama of Neymar's injury and a humiliating World Cup semi-final defeat as hosts, Brazil are forced to come to terms with the crushing disappointment of a failed mission in Russia.

Tite's side dumped out of the tournament in the quarter-finals at the hands of Belgium, losing 2-1 in Kazan. They had come to the World Cup determined to confirm their revival following the 7-1 humiliation at the hands of Germany in Belo Horizonte, and there were plenty of reasons for optimism. With Germany, Spain and Argentina out, and Italy not even at the party, the path looked to be clearing for Brazil to go and win their sixth title.

They had come to the World Cup determined to confirm their revival following the 7-1 humiliation at the hands of Germany in Belo Horizonte, and there were plenty of reasons for optimism. In the four World Cups since the Selecao won the 2002 tournament in Japan and South Korea, they have been eliminated three times in the quarter-finals.

The run to the semis last time around as hosts is the exception, but fans had been desperate for their team to make up for their disastrous collapse in 2014. When Neymar was cut down in the quarter-final win over Colombia in the  Brazilian city of Fortaleza and stretchered off with a fractured vertebra, the outlook was not good for Luiz Felipe Scolari's side.

Yet nobody could have predicted exactly what would follow, with a stricken Neymar absent as Brazil dramatically capitulated to the eventual winners.

Finally, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Portuguese are dragged out of the world cup. Now its time to wait for the finale only 7 days left for the day when we will witness the winner team holding the trophy.

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