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Southgate speaks about Neymar's worth — England vs Brazil

15 Noviembre 2017
Southgate speaks about Neymar's worth — England vs Brazil

Brazil are among the favourites for next year's World Cup in Russia and Neymar can lead the South American nation to their sixth title, former winner Roberto Carlos said on Tuesday.

That approach extends to focusing on the England shirt rather than acquiring another, no matter how much of a special keepsake the jersey of Neymar or his Brazilian team-mates may be. "I would hope there's more of a connection, it felt like there was one there tonight between supporters and team".

Gomez has been at the Reds since July 2015 after moving from Charlton Athletic, and the defender signed a contract extension at the start of the year to keep him at Liverpool until 2022.

Southgate added: "I thought all of the defending was outstanding, but him in particular, to come in for a game like that, with little experience, it was a really top, top performance". "We've played against the two best teams in the world and while we didn't win, we also didn't lose".

"Against Japan we tested ourselves against a more mobile and skilled team, against England we tested ourselves against a team of strong and tall players, very solid", said Tite, who was hired in June 2016.

"The Brazilians never put a tackle in, but maybe they were shocked", Barnes recalled.

It is believed that Neymar could cost the Spaniards about €400 million (R6.6 billion), but president Florentino Perez apparently feels letting these two players go the other way could minimise costs.

England and Brazil will be traveling to the World Cup next year trying to erase painful memories of the 2014 tournament.

"But I want players who will be fearless, prepared to have the ball and show what they are capable of on the biggest stage".

Brazil - and Neymar - will be stepping up several levels come the World Cup and any issues in breaking down doughty defences better be sorted out now.

Earlier, the AFA confirmed that Aguero "had a blackout and was taken (to hospital) so routine examinations were made only as a precaution".

"For someone like me it's a great experience to play at this level against a team like Brazil with the individuals they have", the defender told ITV Sport.