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Argentina vs. Brazil: the possible cross of death in the semifinals of Qatar 2022

Argentina beat Australia and reached the quarterfinals of the World Cup Qatar 2022an instance that will seek to achieve Brazil this Monday against South Korea, with Neymar in we will see and after his setback against Cameroon at the end of the group stage. Next, he knows what should happen for the classic South American rivals to meet in the semifinals, the most anticipated crossover for soccer fans.

With goals from Messi and Julián Álvarez, the ‘Albiceleste’ passed their first tie after finishing first in group C. Now they will clash against the Netherlands for the pass to the ‘semis’, where their old acquaintance also claims to be.

Brazil is a step behind but is favorite to overcome Son Heung-min’s South Korea in the round of 16. The ‘scratch’ will try to vindicate themselves after a commented defeat and if they win they will face the winner of the match between Japan and Croatia.

If Argentina qualify against the Netherlands and Brazil against Japan or Croatia, the semifinals of the Qatar 2022 World Cup would have the South American classic as its main attraction.

Neymar trained this Saturday with his Canarinha teammates for the first time since he suffered the right ankle injury that has knocked him out since the match against Serbia. He touched the ball for the first time since the match in a closed-door training session at the Grand Hamad Stadium, where the Brazilian team exercises during the World Cup.

The attacker worked with the group in what is a definitive test to find out if he has recovered from the injury to the ligaments in his right ankle that he suffered due to the continuous attacks by Serbian players and that forced him to miss the games against Switzerland and Cameroon .

The question is whether Neymar will be ready for the quarterfinal match against South Korea on Monday. The ’10’ has spent these days in the concentration hotel, with recovery exercises in the pool and without forcing.

Source: Elcomercio

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