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Brazil Coach To Play Filipe Luis Ahead Of Marcelo Against Mexico

06 July, 2018, 20:44 | Author: Candice Daniels
  • Brazil blame Marcelo injury on dodgy mattress after limping off against Serbia

In damage of the defender of Brazil Marcelo blame an uncomfortable bed.

Luis, of Atletico Madrid, steps in to replace Marcelo in the defensive midfield position after the Real Madrid player was forced off against Serbia with back spasms.

The Brazilian national team ended the match against Serbia in such a composition: Alisson - Fagner, T. Silva, Miranda, Filipe Luis - Fernandinho, Kazemiro, Renato Augusto - Willian, G. Jesus, Neimar.

It wasn't until a post-match interview by team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar that the reason for Marcelo's substitution was revealed.

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Dr Lasmar said that as long as a serious injury did not emerge, he would treat Marcelo's pain in order to prepare him for the Mexico game. "Maybe it was the hotel's mattress, which was a bit more soft than usual".

Marcelo may have to settle for a place on the bench, but he has returned to training. Soon I will be back!

"I hope the team maintains the standard of the two previous games, even more", he said. "He said he locked up when he was leaving the pitch" Selecao manager Tite said. Check out the brand new daily JOE World Cup Minipod hosted by Dion Fanning and Paddy McKenna featuring Spanish self-parody, Kylian who? and how Gareth Southgate's waistcoast can help England win the cup.

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