In an interview with the press from Chile, Brazil denied that England referee, Howard Webb is likely going to take sides with Brazil in a Latin American match in Belo Horizonte to be held on Saturday.
Webb played a significant role when Brazil triumphed over Chile 3-0 in the World Cup 2010 in South Africa.
Some said Webb could have given Brazil a penalty; however, many predict the victory Brazil will likely attain.
Brazil got a penalty from Japanese lead player, Yuichi Nishimura in a challenge from Fred.
Brazil spokesman Rodrigo Paiva negatively received the comment.
Paiva was found as saying in a pre-match news conference: “This kind of pressure I think is ridiculous.
He added, “Brazil doesn’t need a referee to win the match and you should respect a little bit more the Brazilian national team and the Brazilian people.” Luiz Felipe Scolari, the Brazilian coach, has been under a forced mood to choose Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho to lead the line-up when Brazil meets Chile in a first knockout round on Saturday.
Scolari’s did not look triumphant in the Group A rounds, but their triumph came in a 4-1 victory against Cameroon when Fernandinho clashed head to head withTottenham’s Paulinho.
Experts from the local media in Brazil have been engaging in interactive arguments with regards to the best 9, as they continue on the final round in Maracana, and with Fernandinho as the popular midfielder choice in a match in a challenging and exciting match in Belo Horizonte.