Brazil gave a show against South Korea in the first half of the round of 16 of the World Cup
the show Brazilian Team before the South Koreaespecially in the first half, charmed the international press🇧🇷 During the match, several newspapers around the planet “went crazy” during the minute-by-minute stories of the match.
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One example was the The Guardian, from England. At half-time, when Brazil was already leading 4-0, the English newspaper called the Brazilian performance a “entertainment inspired by Pele” in the post title.
Instead of describing how the Brazilian performance was, the English were “simple” and posted a link to an article recalling how the Brazilian team performed against Italy in the 1970 Cup final, drawing a parallel between Tite’s team and the selection commanded by the King and company🇧🇷
Also excited was the Le Parisien🇧🇷 One of France’s main newspapers called the first half of the Brazilian team “a festival of goals by Banda de Neymar”🇧🇷
O Daily ASfrom Spain, also spared no words when praising the canary🇧🇷
🇧🇷We only have one team on the lawn🇧🇷 Brazil wins, which could have done two or three more and is already in the quarterfinals. And if you keep up the pace, there’s a historic rout coming…”, said the newspaper at halftime.