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FIFA World Cup 2022: It’s a warning sign, says Dani Alves after Brazil lose 0-1 to Cameroon

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FIFA World Cup 2022: Dani Alves reckoned that Brazil can’t afford to undermine their opponents in a extremely aggressive event. On Friday, Brazil misplaced 0-1 to Cameroon.

New Delhi,UPDATED: Dec 3, 2022 03:34 IST

FIFA WC 2022: It’s irritating, says Dani Alves after Brazil lose 0-1 to Cameroon. Courtesy: AP

By India Today Web Desk: Brazil’s Eder Militao was pissed off after his group didn’t win their final Group G match of the FIFA World Cup 2022. On Friday, December 2, Brazil misplaced to Cameron 0-1 at Lusail Stadium.

In the stipulated 90 minutes, Brazil didn’t concede a purpose and seemed good to complete the group matches with a draw. But a purpose from Vincent Aboubaker within the second minute of stoppage time gave Cameron a victory.

Cameron additionally grew to become the primary African nation to beat Brazil within the World Cup. Militao, nevertheless, reckoned that regardless of dominating for the chunk of the match, Brazil didn’t safe victory.

“We dominated the match and had several chances, the only thing missing was a goal. We should have scored but a lack of attention in one play allowed them to score. It’s frustrating considering the way we played,” Militao was quoted as saying after the match.

Dani Alves, within the meantime, reckoned that Brazil can’t afford to undermine any group in a extremely aggressive event. The veteran stated that Brazil had misplaced a golden likelihood of successful towards Cameroon.

“It’s a warning sign. There isn’t any weak rival. Here is the lesson, we have to keep switched on all through the sport. One element and it is over. We finish at the moment with the sensation that a lovely day slipped by means of the fingers of us gamers who weren’t enjoying a lot,” Alves stated.

Brazil completed a Group stage on prime for the sixteenth time, probably the most by any group within the historical past of the World Cup. Germany, who didn’t advance to the Round of 16 for the second time in a row, are second on the listing with 12 occasions.

The match towards Cameroon was inconsequential for Brazil, who had already certified for the second spherical after beating Serbia and Switzerland. Dani Alves led the five-time World Cup winners and have become their oldest skipper on the age of 39.

Brazil are actually scheduled to face South Korea, who defeated the mighty Portugal 2-1 in Group H on Friday, within the Round of 16.

Edited By:

sabyasachi chowdhury

Published On:

Dec 3, 2022