‘Enjoy the game’: Brazil coach’s recipe to reach World Cup final

‘Enjoy the game’: Brazil coach’s recipe to reach World Cup final

Brazil’s coach, Pia Sundhage, emphasized the importance of not underestimating their opponents and enjoying the experience of playing in the Women’s World Cup. Despite their success in the Copa America Femenina, Brazil has yet to achieve the same level of success in the World Cup. Sundhage acknowledged that the team had a slow start to the year with losses to Japan, Canada, and the United States, but they have gained confidence with recent victories over Germany and Chile.

Sundhage expressed her satisfaction with the team’s recent results, stating that they have gained confidence and have a different mindset compared to a year ago. She emphasized the need to not take anything for granted and to enjoy the game. Sundhage believes that if the team can combine a strong attacking strategy with solid defending, they have the potential to go all the way to the final. She also highlighted the team’s unity, describing them as a special group with a lot of energy and a mix of young and experienced players.

Marta, a key player for Brazil, has the opportunity to make history by becoming the first player, male or female, to score in six World Cups. Sundhage confirmed that Marta is in good condition after working with the high-performance coach but did not reveal whether she would start the game. Sundhage emphasized that the team’s selection of forwards is based on their ability to connect with each other rather than simply choosing the two best players.

Regarding their upcoming match against Panama, Sundhage stated that they have thoroughly analyzed their opponents and are prepared for any formation they may play. Sundhage and her assistant coach have closely watched Panama’s previous games to understand their starting lineup and playing style.

In conclusion, Brazil’s coach, Pia Sundhage, emphasized the importance of not underestimating their opponents and enjoying the Women’s World Cup. She expressed confidence in the team’s recent performances and highlighted the need for a strong attacking strategy and solid defending. Sundhage also mentioned the unity within the team and the potential historic achievement of Marta. They are well-prepared for their match against Panama and have analyzed their opponents’ playing style and lineup.

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