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Brazil, the largest South American
country and the fifth largest country in the world in both size and
population is one of the most bio-diverse countries in the world
Brazil, the largest South American country and the fifth largest country in the world in both size and population is one of the most bio-diverse countries in the world with huge natural resources, beautiful beaches, rich culture and more beautiful women. And the most decorated fifa world cup team. Do you know it is the only South American country to not speak Spanish? UAU! (Wow in Portuguese). The reason is simple, it was famously colonized in the 1500 by Portugal.
Football was never invented in Brazil but the Brazilian footballers are quite perfect in their game. In the opening of Fifa world cup 1930, the team was ousted in the opening round, however it became very famous amongst the youth. Why? Simple, it was an avenue to escape poverty. But seems like they fell in love with it.
The Brazilians are so dedicated and passionate about this sport that they qualify for Fifa every single time! Remarkable! Till date they have won 5 championships, which is the highest compared to any other country.
The national football team of Brazil has managed to win the three most important titles of all time recognized by fifa which are the world cup, the Olympic tournament and the confederations cup.
And is the only team to have won the world cup in four different continents: Europe Asia North America and South America. Need I say more about the exuberant performance by the team? It is rightly said team work achieves dream work and this country is a great example for others.
Top 5 Brazilian footballers of all time:
Pele(1940) is perhaps not the most original choice as the best Brazilian soccer player of all time, but his record speaks for itself. With Brazil Pele won three World Cups and also with his club team Santos FC he reigned soccer in the 1960s.
Pele was fast, strong, a good header, master of dribbling and had a strong and clear shot in the legs. He believed that the only way to win was as a team.
This attacking mid-fielder started his career at eight. Unbelievable right? Well yes that is true, you read it right. At international level, Kaka made his debut for the Brazil national team in 2002, and was selected for their victorious World Cup squad that year, as well as the 2006 and 2010 tournaments. He was also a member of Brazil's 2005 and 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup-winning squads, winning the Golden Ball Award in the 2009 edition, as the tournament's best player.
Carlos Alberto (1963-1982)
The iconic captain of the historic 1970 World Cup team, Carlos Alberto (1944) is arguably the best Brazilian defender in soccer history. That said, Carlos Alberto has displayed an almost unprecedented ability as a playmaker from full back. He had amazingly powerful counter attacks.
He was born with crippled legs, but there was nothing stopping him.
Nevertheless, the 'little bird' is known as the greatest dribbler of all time. Garrincha was world champion soccer twice, in 1958 and 1962. He moved forward, went up attacked and did it all to do justice to his sport.
This amazing guy made a debut at 17 years of age. With 52 goals in 77 matches for Brazil, Neymar is the fourth-highest goal scorer for his national team. He is known for his dribbling, finishing, and ability with both feet.
He was titled as the most marketable athlete by Sports Pro. He has learnt about life with a ball at his feet. There is no pressure when you make your dream come true Neymar.
Success isnt given it is earned, and these champions just know that. They taught the world that life is simple, practice, have the zeal to win and repeat.