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The best starting XI of Brazil for the 2022 World Cup


Jul-18 05:31 first published at 05:31 AM

Qatar 2022 Brazil is consistently one of the top contenders to win the FIFA World Cup. The Canarinha will compete for a second Jules Rimmet title in Qatar 2022, with one of the strongest and most ferocious starting lineups that should easily advance through the group stage. Messi and Ronaldo are two of the 15 most expensive players who might compete in the World Cup in Qatar in 2022. The 15 highest-paid FIFA World Cup managers will be in Qatar in 2022. Image courtesy of Buda Mendes/Getty In Qatar 2022, Neymar will perform his final dance for Brazil. Unquestionably, Brazil is one of the most alluring national teams to watch at each FIFA World Cup. The five-time winners of this competition will come in Qatar in 2022 with a very strong, well-organized, and dominant squad. They will field a starting XI with superstars in every line and should be strong contenders to take home the trophy this time around.
Brazil has historically won every FIFA World Cup. With 21 entries, they have taken part in the most competitions and hold the record for most titles. Yes, they have never missed one of these competitions, and they are consistently a difficult squad to beat in the group stage, making them the undisputed favorite every four years.
Despite not winning the Copa America 2021, they had almost ideal CONMEBOL Qualifiers. Brazil only split the points in three of the 17 games it participated in, winning 14 of them. With 40 goals in their favor and only five goals conceded, they were by far the best offensive and defensive squad. They did not lose a single game.

Which Brazilian starting lineup for the FIFA World Cup is the best?
Formation of 4-3-3

Alisson Becker is almost certainly going to start for Brazil in Qatar 2022. During the Qualifiers, the Canarinha only conceded five goals with him on the field. In case of an emergency, Manchester City’s Ederson will be behind him, but for now, the Liverpool player is arguably the best choice.

Brazilian defenders are elite athletes. Although Alex Telles and Dani Alves might be seen on opposite sides, the center-backs are the true subject of contention. Marquinhos and Militao are now enjoying a wonderful time, but Thiago Silva’s expertise may change things.

In terms of the midfield, Casemiro is consistently mentioned as the finest player in this area. Lucas Paqueta and Fred should join the Real Madrid player in a three-man formation because Tite, Brazil’s coach, employed them most frequently during the Qualifiers. Bruno Guimaraes and Fabinho are waiting behind them for a chance to play during the World Cup.

In Qatar 2022, Neymar will perform his final dance for Brazil. The PSG forward has made it clear that this will be his final World Cup, so we can definitely expect a strong performance from him this time around. Even yet, there are some concerns over the starting forwards. He is a natural left-winger, but Vinicius and the Real Madrid player are both at the top of their game. Ney would probably play in the middle, with Vini and Raphinha on the right side, but Tite will likely find it difficult to make that choice.

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