Brazil coach prays in mosque ahead of Serbia match

Brazil coach prays in mosque ahead of Serbia match
Brazil coach prays in mosque ahead of Serbia match
Jakarta, CNN Indonesia

Brazil national team coach Tite was caught visiting a mosque to say a prayer ahead of his team’s match against Serbia in the Group G phase World Cup 2022.

The owner’s full name Adenor Leonardo Bacchi visited a mosque in Doha City, near the Grand Hamad Stadium after leading a light training session for Neymar cs.

Tite visited the mosque today. The coach often visits religious places to pray,” wrote the Brazilian National Team news via its official Twitter account, Wednesday (11/23).

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Several reports said that Tite’s actions were often carried out when he brought his foster children to face a number of international matches anywhere. In any place of worship, Tite finds time to reflect, meditate, and offer prayers.

In Qatar, after returning from the mosque, Tite immediately returned to the Brazil national team training base as well as lodging at the Westin Hotel, Doha City.

Brazil comes with the status of the world’s number one team. The Latin American giant is one of the favorite countries to win the 2022 World Cup.

The journey to make it happen was not easy and the ‘Samba’ team had to get past the dark horse of Serbia first.

Tite warned his team to appear careful and not to underestimate any opponent.

“They are all in the national team. No one is bigger or smaller,” said Tite.

Brazil brought its best players to Qatar. A series of stars at top clubs on the European continent such as Neymar Junior, Vinicius Junior, Casemiro, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, and Alisson were brought to the 2022 World Cup.

The abundance of quality strikers allows Brazil to freely play attacking strategies and ball possession throughout the match. The Brazilian players emphasized from the start that their team was born with attacking DNA.

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