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The history of the Club World Cup is marked by great performances by Pele, Zico, Cassio and other Brazilians

The history of the Club World Cup is marked by great performances by Pele, Zico, Cassio and other Brazilians

The Club World Cup is about to begin and this time Brazil is represented by Flamengo. Before El Robro-Negro enters the field, the tournament will be held for the first time on Wednesday (1), with a duel between Al-Ahly (Egypt) and Auckland City (New Zealand). Millions of Rio de Janeiro fans dream that they can score Gabigol against Real Madrid and bring B into football country. If Javia’s new No. 10 wants to make history, It will be necessary to repeat the feat of other compatriots.

That’s because many Brazilians have already been decisive in winning the Club World Cup. Flamengo’s biggest fan knows this all too well, as Rei Zico went to Japan in pursuit of the Intercontinental title against England’s Liverpool. BRs get better at seeing List of all brazucas who decided the final of the competitionwhich is now hosted by FIFA.

Remember some of the Brazilian names that emerged in the Club World Cup:

Casio (Corinthians) 2012

In 2012, Viel held off the streets of Japan in an invasion that recalled the 1976 Brazilian Championship semi-final. Instead of filling in for Maracanã against Fluminense, Corinthians made history by filling in Yokohama International Stadiumagainst Chelsea. It was Guerrero’s goal that sparked the crowd into the stands, but the champion of the title came from the other side of the field. The Peruvian’s happy header would be futile without her The guard Cassio, who worked little miracles and took home a new car.

Rogero Ceni (Sao Paulo) 2005

Cassio was not the first Brazilian goalkeeper to win a title World Cup star. People from São Paulo remember well one of the most historic moments in the Clube Tricolor game, When Rogero Ceni went to save a free kick, Steven Gerrard kicked it in from the cornerFrom Liverpool. Idol Morumbi also scored a goal in that edition of the tournament, in the semi-finals, against Al-Ittihad.

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Renato Gaucho (Gremio) 1983

Olímpico’s No. 7 jersey DVD got even hotter after 1983. Renato Portaluppi scored both goals for Grêmio in Tricolor Club’s only Club World Cup win. The Germans in Hamburg could not keep up with the vagaries of the young gaucho, who had become famous after years on the docks of the beaches of Rio de Janeiro. The ace also took a car from the competition’s sponsor, the Carina sedan, for its performance in the final.

Zico (Flemish) 1981

You don’t always have to score goals to write your name in World Cup history. Beloved by the biggest soccer fans in Brazil, Arthur Antunes Coimbra played so much ball that he admired his rivals. Zico was involved in all three goals in the 1981 final against Liverpool, taking the image of Flamingo to the highest level in the world. With the help of Nunes and Adílio, who did not do badly in attack, Galinho moved to Rio not only the Intercontinental Cup but also the Toyota Celica sedan.

Pele (Santos) 1962

This short list could not end with a more emblematic figure for Brazilian and world football: Pele. The king arrived in Lisbon in 1962 with two difficult missions. In addition to leading Santos to the first Intercontinental do Bixie, Edson had to beat Eusebio, one of Portugal’s greatest sportsmen. And it was in this context Pele scored five goals in the two matches that decided the competition, The season is organized in home and away matches. The following year, the King won again, against Milan, but only participated in the first duel due to injury.

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Now check out all the Brazilians who have been elected Superstars of the Club World Cup:

2021 Thiago Silva (Chelsea).

2012 – Casio (Corinthians)

2007 Kaka (AC Milan)

2006 Deco* (Barcelona)

2005 Rogero Ceni (Sao Paulo).

2002 Ronaldo Fenomeno (Real Madrid).

2000 Edilson (Corinthians)

1993 – Toninho Cerezo (Sao Paulo).

1992 Rai (Sao Paulo).

1983 Renato Gaucho (Gremio)

1982 – Jair Gonçalves Prats (Penarol).

1981 Zico (Flamengo)

1963 Pepe (Santos)

1962 Pele (Santos).

Note: Despite being born in Brazil, Deco became a naturalized Portuguese citizen and played for the European national team between 2003 and 2010.