Monday, July 4, 2011

Menezes: Brazil too predictable

La Plata - Brazil coach Mano Menezes could not mask her disappointment after his side failed to reap maximum points after being held to a goalless draw by Venezuela in their opening Group B Copa America, early this morning. Menezes rate, a game his team is too stiff, so predictable opponent.

Brazil, who came to Argentina with the status of the defending champion, started his struggle in the group stage to face Venezuela at Estadio Ciudad de La Plata. In the duel, the Brazilian who appeared to rely on trident Neymar, Alexandre Pato and Robinho are actually able to fully dominate the game.

Managed a number of opportunities they created. Unfortunately, due to a lack of creativity or a lull in attacks, Samba squad failed to score and had to settle initiate action in the Copa America with only gain one point.

"The match is not satisfactory, because the players are definitely better than Venezuela. We controlled the game and take the initiative to attack, but we (the players) can not take the right decisions, especially in finding players to finish a chance, "she said as quoted by Goal on Monday (07/04/2011).

"(The game) we were too predictable. The ball has always been on a player who is on the field, but they are too far from Pato and play can not be separated. This is something we have to do in a week, "he continued.

With the results in Brazil are believed to be able to gobble up maximum points in two games remaining against Ecuador and Paraguay, another kontestas in Group B.


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