Players celebrated goals in a rout with rehearsed dances between them in concentration
O Brazil is in the quarterfinals of world Cup🇧🇷 In a real show at Estádio 974, the team thrashed the South Korea to advance in the round of 16 this Monday (5). Even so, there were those who criticized the selection🇧🇷
During the match, broadcast by the English broadcaster ITVformer player Roy Keanelegend of Manchester Uniteddetonated the dances made by the Brazilians to celebrate the goals.
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“Fantastic finish by Vinícius, great start to the game. But I’ve never seen so much dancing. I can’t believe what I’m watchingI can’t believe what I’m watching, it’s like watching a talk show,” he said.
“I don’t like it. People say it’s their culture, but I think that’s disrespecting the opponent🇧🇷 It’s four goals, and they’re doing it all the time. I’m not happy about it, I don’t think it’s good.”
Keane’s broadcast partner, Graeme Souness reinforced the criticism of Brazilian celebrations with dances.
“It’s only a matter of time before someone crosses one of these Brazilians”he stated.
Now, Brazil returns to the field next Friday (9), at 12h (Brasília time), at Estádio Cidade da Educação, to face the Croatia in the quarterfinals. This is the third duel between the teams in Cups.