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Tite calls Coutinho but dispenses with Vinicius for the call of Brazil

The Brazilian Football Federation (CBF) has released the list of summoned for the next two qualifying matches for the Qatar World Cup, against Colombia on the 12th and on the 17th against Argentina. The selector of Brazil, Adenor Leonardo ‘Tite’, has included a total of five Spanish LaLiga players on his squad list, including Barça player Philippe Coutinho, which returns to the ‘canarinha’.

In addition to the Barcelona player, the madridistas also appear on the list Éder Militao and Casemiro and the rojiblancos Renan lodi and Matheus Cunha. However, the list of the Brazilian coach does not appear Vinicius, despite his good start to the season with Real Madrid, and his great current form.

With 10 wins and 1 draw in 11 games In the South American qualifiers for the World Cup, Brazil is about to certify its mathematical presence in Qatar 2022 and could confirm it this November.

It is clear that Vinicius does not quite fit in with Tite and now his absence seems more complicated to explain given that the footballer is showing his category at Real Madrid, with seven goals and five assists in 13 games and being one of the footballers most used by Ancelotti.

In the last call for this month of October, the madridista played alone 27 minutes against Venezuela (1-3), he was not even on the bench against Colombia (0-0) and remained on the bench against Uruguay (4-1).

Although it is true that Tite usually calls the forward, he was even in the last Copa América, when he was playing less in the white club, he has never had too many chances with the coach, even in the last big tournament, with a almost testimonial appearance.


Goalkeepers: Alisson (Liverpool), Ederson (Manchester City) and Gabriel Chapecó (Guild).

Defenses: Danilo (Juventus), Emerson Royal (Tottenham), Alex Sandro (Juventus), Renan Lodi (Atlético Madrid), Éder Militao (Real Madrid), Lucas Veríssimo (Benfica), Marquinhos (PSG) and Thiago Silva (Chelsea).

Midfielders: Casemiro (Real Madrid), Fabinho (Liverpool), Fred (Manchester United), Gerson (Olympique Marseille), Lucas Paquetá (Lyon) and Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona).

Forwards: Antony (Ajax), Firmino (Liverpool), Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City), Matheus Cunha (Atlético Madrid), Neymar Jr (PSG) and Raphinha (Leeds United).


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