One of the derbies of the first round of the World Cup group stage will be a match between the Serbs and the Brazilians. They sent their reporter to Belgrade to check the pulse of the rivals and came across an extremely confident boy who predicted that Neymar would cry like a baby.
For the second World Cup in a row, Serbia and Brazil will clash in the group stage of the World Cup. Four years ago, in the third round in Moscow, the Brazilians won 2:0 (they scored Paulinho and Thiago Silva), which meant the end of the World Cup for the Eagles. This time, too, the favorites are the Selecao footballers, and the Serbian fans (obviously) are not worried about that.
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Brazil’s ESPN decided to send its reporter to Serbia to check the pulse on the streets of Belgrade. Journalist Andre Linares found an interesting interlocutor to join the show, a little boy bursting with self-confidence. When asked what he expects from the match, he answered confidently in English: “I think Serbia will beat Brazil 3-0. Mitrović will score two goals to start and then Vlahović will score in the second half because the whole defense (of Brazil) is scared. And Neymar will fall down and cry like a baby.”
Just like four years ago, Switzerland is in the group with Serbia and Brazil, while Cameroon is also in Group G at the World Cup in Qatar.