The captain of the Portuguese selection Cristiano Ronaldo referred to the relations between Brazil and his homeland. No way for him to make any prognosis, but rather a course of history.
On a sporting point of view, Portugal has absolutely nothing to do with Brazil. Often aligned next to the favorites in the big appointments, the Lusitanian selection often emerges with the scarf of the great loser. Unlike the Brazilians, historical kings of the world, and winners of the Confederations Cup last summer. Cristiano Ronaldo, who was not asked about this debate during an interview, also ensured that fans of the Selecao would also support Pepe’s partners.
“Portugal and Brazil have historical connections: The two countries speak the same language and I think it will be a fantastic experience,” entrusted the star of Real Madrid to the communication managers of Sportlobster, a social network of sports fans. “I think the Brazilians will support us too.” Stuck between Germany, Ghana and the United States, in its group G, the band at Nani will not have a round of observation. Portugal is not a favorite. We’re in the hardest group but we’ll go match after game, step by step