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Fans convinced Brazil are going to win the World Cup, their squad depth is insane

Nasir Jabbar

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Fans convinced Brazil are going to win the World Cup, their squad depth is insane

Fans are convinced Brazil will go all the way at the 2022 World Cup and a tweet of their potential starting XI shows the incredible talent they possess.

Tite is tasked with leading the five-time World Cup winners in Qatar and he has an array of players to pick from.

From Liverpool's Alisson  to Manchester United's Casemiro not to mention star players Neymar and Vinicius Jr.

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

Brazil are among one of the favourites to raise gold this winter, with some fans believing they're the team to beat.

And judging by their potential starting XI, they could be right.

A Twitter user has uploaded an image of a possible Brazil line-up and its got fans online talking.

One Twitter user wrote: "Rodrygo, Paqueta, Anthony, Cunha off the bench. Sheeeesh."

A second tweeted: "People don’t want to say it but this is the best team they’ve had since 2002."

A third added: "Who’s beating this Brazil team."

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

Brazil's squad depth is something to behold, too.

The above starting XI doesn't include Premier League stars Roberto Firmino, Richarlison, Antony, Gabriel Martinell, Philippe Coutinho, Lucas Paqueta, Fabinho and Ederson.

With Neymar in scintillating form for Paris Saint-Germain and Vinicius Jr starring for Real Madrid, Brazil appear primed to run riot in Qatar.

Will they claim their sixth World Cup later this year? Let us know what you think.

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Featured Image Credit: Alamy/Twitter

Topics: Brazil, Football

Nasir Jabbar
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