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Brazil vs South Korea: where to watch, lineup and referees in last friendly of the season | Brazilian team



The Brazilian team is making its last friendly of the year this Tuesday at 10:30 am in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Titus's team faces South Korea at Mohammed bin Zayedem Abu Dhabi Stadium to close out the year with a win after five friendly matches without a win.

Coming from a friendly defeat to Argentina last Friday in Saudi Arabia, the team will have five changes. This time, Titus opened the lining. The coach will keep Packets in the middle and throw Kutinho in front of Richardson. In the middle of the field, the novelty is Fabiano, in Casemiro's vacancy.

– Lodi did well at the games. Fabinho built these stages, when he got into it he was doing well. The package is an opportunity for an extension. Richardson prefers to play at 9. With Kutino aside, he returns to where he has produced the most. Richardson said that the national team prefers to play 9 and is well-produced, a terminal with very high completion capacity – justified the national team coach.

Tit and Richardson at the last training session of the Brazilian team in Abu Dhabi - Photo: Pedro Martins / MowaPressTit and Richardson at the last training session of the Brazilian team in Abu Dhabi - Photo: Pedro Martins / MowaPress

Tit and Richardson at the last training session of the Brazilian team in Abu Dhabi – Photo: Pedro Martins / MowaPress

South Korea is number 39 on the FIFA rankings, the third best placed on the Asian continent. In the 2022 World Cup qualifier, he is the leader in Group C with eight points (two wins and two draws). In the final round, they come from 0 to 0 with Lebanon last Thursday.

Globo TV airs a narration by Luis Roberto, comments by Roger Flores and Ciao Ribeiro. In the Central whistleblower, computer Oliveira. With reports by Carlos Gill and Edgard Alenkar.

On SporTV, Gustavo Villani tells the story. Comment by Mauricio Noriega and Murritik Ramhoo. With report by Bruno Cortes.

GloboEsporte.com watches them live, with exclusive videos and broadcasts them live after the game interview of both teams.

Coach Titus makes five changes to his defeat against Argentina. The idea is to go back to training similar to qualifying. That is why Coutinho returned to the position he had played in much of Brazil's World Cup qualifying campaign in 2022. Prior to that, Fermino left and Richardson, a more aggressive and forward striker. Unlike the Liverpool striker.

Brazil's most likely lineup to face South Korea are Allison, Danilo, Markinhos, Fderder Militio and Renan Lodi; Fabiano, Arthur and Packet; Gabriel Jesus, Coutinho and Richardson.

Brazil have five changes from team starting match against Argentina - Photo: GloboEsporte.comBrazil have five changes from team starting match against Argentina - Photo: GloboEsporte.com

Brazil have five changes from team starting match against Argentina – Photo: GloboEsporte.com

South Korea – Coach Paulo Bento

A former Portuguese coach and with a brief spell at Cruzeiro (17 matches, six wins, eight defeats and three draws), Portugal's Paulo Bento will retain Lebanon's 0-0 draw for Asian qualifiers last Thursday. The likely lineup is: Seung Gyu Kim, Jong Lee, Min-aee Kim, Yang Gwon Kim, Jin Jin-su Kim; Wu-Yang Jung, Hwang, In-Beom, Tae Che Nam; Ui Jo Hwang and Heung-Min Son.

Ammar al-Eneenebi plays the match, assisted by Ahmed Al Rashidi, Jassem Abdullah Al Ali and Hamed Ali Youssef. They are all from the United Arab Emirates.


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