Defeat is saddest moment of my career-Neymar

Doug Mendoza
July 8, 2018

"Maybe, I will [have it] tomorrow or later", Firmino said.

"Individually, Brazil are the strongest team in this World Cup", Kompany, who made the last of his worldwide appearances as a substitute in the 1-0 win over England, told reporters.

The Citizens will hope to welcome their defender back from Russian Federation in the hopes they can start preparing him for the beginning of the 2018-19 campaign, but it won't be until Brazil's World Cup involvement in Russian Federation is at an end. "With his understanding of his importance in his group and the way we want to play, he's essential for us". But they're still too dependent on Neymar - or in the case of the quarterfinals, Casemiro - to be World Cup winners.

"I think Kevin De Bruyne's influence in our team has been a lot deeper, a little bit more earlier, allowing his team to have the influence that we have in the final third and being a real playmaker for us".

Former United defender Ferdinand is among those to have been impressed by a striker who can look unplayable on his day, telling BBC Sport: "It's like playing in the school playground and you have a 16-year-old playing against the 11-year-olds".

"The pain is very great because we knew we could get there, we knew we had the conditions to go further, to make history, but it was not this time".

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"I think Thierry deserves huge credit". "[But] I think offensively that we are really strong".

"The game against Japan gave us a big boost", he said.

"The difference is that we haven't won a World cup, it's as simple as that", he added.

"When you are in a World Cup quarterfinal facing Brazil, you don't need extra motivation".

The criticism comes after Tite failed to replace Fred in the final 23-man squad as he had up until 24 hours prior to Brazil's first appearance in the tournament to make a change, a game which came ten days following the United man's injury.

Information from Reuters was used in this report.

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