The coach of the Brazilian national team, Tite, did not hold back when he named the five players who could be the big number 9 of the Brazilian jersey at this year's World Cup.
The Seleção ranked first in the FIFA rankings, will go into the tournament as one of the big favorites, and whoever will wear the number 9 jersey will have a big responsibility.
Tite forgot to mention Flamengo striker Gabriel Barbosa, as his strike partner Pedro is one of the possible candidates for the vacant Brazilian number 9 at the World Cup.
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