Fans of the Brazilian team have taken to social media in droves to send a message to boss Tite about Leeds United star Raphinha.
Marquinhos between goals
La Selecao, of course, was back in action Thursday night.
In their last qualifying match for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Tite and company. he made the trip to the UCV Olympic Stadium, with the aim of keeping his impeccable campaign alive thanks to a ninth victory out of nine.
And, after all, this is precisely what Brazil achieved.
However, his eventual victory was not without its challenges.
With 45 minutes played in Venezuela, in fact it was the hosts who boasted an advantage, thanks to a goal from Eric Ramírez in the 11th minute:
Venezuela leads against Brazil!
Eric Ramírez leads the host forward in Caracas pic.twitter.com/xTNCs55Nul
– Premier Sports (@PremierSportsTV) October 7, 2021
However, a crucial personnel change in the interval finally tipped the game in favor of the Brazilians. The change in question? Raphinha’s presentation from the bench.
The open player Raphinha, on the back of another good opening of the campaign, received his first call-up for the Selecao team before the current international break.
In turn, with his team worryingly lacking in ideas and cunning on Thursday night, Tite opted to hand over the Leeds United standout his national team debut.
And what arc it turned out …
Raphinha went on to play a role in all three of Brazil’s goals over the course of the 2nd 45, directly with goals from Marquinhos and Antony.
Raphinha’s debut in Brazil vs. Venezuela:
91% pass acc.
45 minutes played
20/22 successful passes
17 opp. socks passed
3 opportunities created
2 assists ️️
A sensational international debut. He entered and participated directly in the 3 goals. pic.twitter.com/e1d7wc1J2q
– LUFCDATA (@LUFCDATA) October 8, 2021
Raph calls to ride
And, as described above, on the back of a 3-point tour that has since been widely labeled as more difficult than necessary, the faithful of Brazil have since flooded social media to send a clear message to Chief Tite. . :
– (@BrasilEdition) October 8, 2021
There is no way Tite can’t not start Raphinha now. He’s a difference maker, demanding the ball and taking responsibility, which will ease Neymar’s burden.
– AllThingsSeleção ™ (@SelecaoTalk) October 8, 2021
Raphinha is sooo good. It has to start from now.
– (@Neymoleque) October 8, 2021
Please start Raphinha’s next match with Neymar @CBF_Futbol
– Noza (@ kmlv94) October 8, 2021
Tiro finally saw the light. Raphinha should always start https://t.co/osrg9vxBFX
– Kwabena (@KKT___) October 8, 2021
Seriously, there’s no way Tite won’t start Raphinha from now on.
– Princess (@ItsYammiii) October 8, 2021
HT: Venezuela 1-0 Brazil
Raphinha enters as a substitute for HT. It completely changed the game. 2 assists and created the entire play that ended in a penalty for Brazil.
FT: Venezuela 1-3 Brazil
Raphinha is simply different and deserves a start against Colombia pic.twitter.com/Bn2KjizENO
– James (@tbasquesthfc) October 8, 2021
Raphinha was a life saver. definitely deserves a start.
-; (@NYounka) October 8, 2021
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