Brazilian international striker Rafinha revealed on Monday in a press conference that the 5-time world champions prepared celebratory dances for every goal they scored in their adventure in the Qatar Football World Cup.
“In fact, we have so far (ceremonial) dances for 10 goals. We have maybe 10 dances prepared for each match. One for the first goal, another for the second and one for the third… If we score more than 10 goals, we will have to be creative,” explained the Barcelona striker. .
And Tite, the coach of the “samba dancers”, who are competing in Group G competitions alongside Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon, brought a squad that includes an attacking arsenal of nine players between wings and spearheads in his quest to win the sixth star and the first title in two decades.
Vinicius Jr., a citizen of Ravinia, sparked controversy earlier this season because of his dances after his goals with his Spanish club Real Madrid, which sparked a campaign of criticism against him and his colleague Rodrigo, specifically before the capital’s “derby” against Atletico in the sixth stage of the Spanish league (won). SR 2-1).
However, these criticisms did not limit the determination of Vinicius or his compatriot, as they decided to continue dancing, and promised to provide more dance breaks with the national team at the world football wedding.
The Madrid striker also received the support of many big names in the world of round ball, including Rafinha and Neymar, while several followers launched the slogan “Dance Vinicius!” in support of the latter.
On the other hand, Tottenham striker Richarlison hoped that “goals will come naturally” for him and his teammates, adding, “When you wear the number 9 shirt with the Brazilian national team, all you want to do is score goals with colleagues of this kind, I am sure that the goals will come.” “.