Watch Brazil vs. Venezuela live streaming free in the second round of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday, October 13, 2015, from Estadio Castelao in Fortaleza, Brazil.
Another major upset came when Chile defeated Brazil 2-0 in the opening round of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers on Thursday. Not as surprising as Argentina’s defeat against Ecuador but surprising nonetheless, considering Brazil is always a favorite in any international competition.
However, fresh from their 2015 Copa America title, Chile didn’t really care they were facing the five-time world champions. Eduardo Vargas and Alexis Sanchez scored two beauties to add to Brazil’s misery of late.
Millions of fans who will tune into watch Brazil vs. Venezuela live streaming are still reeling from the devastating 7-1 World Cup loss against current champions Germany. This is one of the most humiliating defeats the Verde Amarela has ever suffered in its illustrious history, and manager Dunga is under enormous pressure to get a positive result.
But Dunga is not deterred and will continue with his carefully laid plans, despite losing defender David Luiz to a knee injury and goalkeeper Marcelo Grohe. According to ESPN, Brazil’s manager will not change everything for the fixture against Venezuela, a much weaker opponent.
“It’s very difficult for a coach to talk about changes after a 2-0 defeat. It’s not always necessary to change everything after a loss.
“It was an equal game in the first half, we had some good chances before Chile’s first goal. Football is like that. We had four or five counterattacks that could have been killers, but we didn’t make the right choices.
“Nobody likes to lose, but the match was very even. Everyone knows Chile are a difficult team to play against. We knew we would face pressure.
“The home games will be crucial. We always have to get three points at home.”
When fans watch Brazil vs. Venezuela live streaming on Tuesday in their second match of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers, they can see how Dunga continues to handle Neymar’s absence. The Barcelona superstar is serving a four-match suspension handed during the 2015 Copa America.
Not having Neymar around has proven problematic for Brazil since his exit from the 2014 World Cup with a back injury. After the disastrous loss to Germany, fans were expecting the Verde Amarela would come back. However, Neymar’s bad choices landed him the FIFA four-match suspension he completes by sitting out against Venezuela.
Meanwhile, despite being ranked 69 by FIFA, Venezuela is also hoping to recover from their first-round defeat against Paraguay on Thursday. Venezuela has worked hard and has a new, hungry squad full of exciting players ready to leave their mark in South America.
Fans who watch Brazil vs. Venezuela live streaming will see manager Noel Sanvicente attempt to reach the World Cup finals for the first time in Venezuela’s history. The South American country is the only one in the continent not to reach the tournament.
According to Goal.com, midfielder Tomas Rincon believes Venezuela need to improve their attack if they want to have a chance against Brazil. Venezuela have defeated Brazil only once in 22 meetings and are hoping to take advantage of Neymar’s absence.
With this group of players, Venezuela has been consistently performing better than expected and only need to improve their attack to be a threat to more experienced teams and it’s just a matter of time.
Watch Brazil vs. Venezuela live streaming on Tuesday, October 13 HERE. Kick-off is at 8 p.m. ET.
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