With the elimination of the Brazilian team from the World Cup in Qatar, Galvão Bueno narrated his last game for Brazil in World Cups. The main announcer of the Globo group will leave the station’s transmissions after the World Cup final and spoke about the emotion of the bitter farewell.
“I say goodbye to the Brazilian national team today, my heart is bleeding, I want to cry, but that’s football. I say goodbye to the Brazilian national team in this World Cup. World. Thanks for the affection, for court hearing🇧🇷 I make question to always say one thing, a victory in football no solves nothing. Things continue to happen in the world, that the world can continue to improve”, said Galvão alongside Júnior, Ana Thais Matos and Roque Júnior.
Shortly after the end of the penalty shootout, in which Brazil fell to Croatia, Galvão analyzed the elimination of the Brazilian team and recalled the years in which he commanded World Cup broadcasts. The narrator highlighted that, although he was cautious, he felt confident that Tite’s team would at least get past the Croatians.
“I experienced all the emotions I should have. In 13 World Cups, I’ve played in three finals. Three titles. In all those moments. It’s part of the game. You always play against high-level opponents. But there were 53 games, 74 goals that selection scored. I lived all the emotions of the Brazilian selection in the World Cup, but I confess as a fan, nobody expected this defeat”, he pointed out.
Galvão also took the opportunity to announce his supporters from now on: “I’m going from Argentina”.