Highest preparedness in the five-time world champion! Brazil trained on Tuesday for Friday’s match in Rio de Janeiro with Chile in the Copa America quarter-final without three of its players, defenders Edir Militao (Real Madrid) and Leo Ortiz (Bragantino), and injured left back Renan Lodi (Atletico de Madrid).
Lodi is under the care of physiotherapists after suffering a “severe trauma” to his hip in Sunday’s game against Ecuador, and despite the fact that the technical committee gave up his substitution, his presence in Friday’s game is unlikely.
Ortiz, who joined those called up on Tuesday after being called up at the last minute to replace the injured Felipe (Atletico Madrid), had nothing but renovation work after Monday night’s presentation of Bragantino, the current leader of the Brazilian Championship.
Militao, who started in three of Brazil’s four group stage matches in the Copa America, was booked by Brazilian coach, Adenor Leonardo “Tite”, because he is one of the most well-worn physical matches. .
The defenders did a renovation in the gym at Comary Farm.
This afternoon’s training session was the first Brazilian headline for the match with Chile after their 1-1 draw with Ecuador on Sunday, which confirmed that Canarinha is first in Group B of the Copa America, as they only worked on Monday in rotation. But today’s practice was affected by the cold and thick fog that covered Kumari’s farm and made visibility difficult.
In the few minutes in which the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) training images were transmitted – since the press does not have access due to preventive measures in the face of the Covid epidemic – it was impossible to determine whether Tite actually made the headlines for Friday.
The coach initially ordered to reduce pitch and finish the job before authorizing the players with the most minutes in the Copa America to go to the gym for renovation work. The substitutes who remained on the training ground did specific work for the defenders and attackers, especially the finishing and aerial plays.
Brazil returns to training at Kumari’s farm on Wednesday and Thursday, as it travels to Rio de Janeiro for Friday’s game.