Gabriel Martinelli’s failed World Cup face. In addition to criticizing the inclusion ofin his country’s World Cup roster as a “joke,” former Brazil player Neto also aimed at Gabriel Jesus, another teammate from Arsenal. Earlier this week, Selecao manager Tite announced his team for the forthcoming tournament in Qatar, where the five-time champions hope to extend their record-breaking run. The team appears much younger than it did in 2002, the last time it won the illustrious trophy. Jesus, 25, has been added after a successful start to life at Arsenal, and Martinelli, 21, has also contributed enough to merit a spot.
He said, “This is a shame, a joke,” to Os Donos da Bola. I’m embarrassed! not as a result of Dani Alves’ narrative. What is the tale of Martinelli? 33 career objectives. This shows disrespect for football, which is unfortunate. Doing this with football demonstrates your lack of merit for your current job. A lack of respect would be demonstrated by calling Martinelli but not Gabigol. Of all the call-ups, this one is the worst. Calling Martinelli demonstrates that you, Tite, shouldn’t be in your current job because you aren’t being fair to Gabigol.
Martinelli, who walks around the mall here and scores five goals in a season, is unknown. Not to mention Gabigol, who finished the season with 29 goals, was the player who scored the winning goal in the Libertadores competition. What contributions has Martinelli made to European football? Not even in the Champions League Arsenal. This is a catastrophe!
After feeling uninspired by his prior national team efforts, 16-time Brazilian international Neto turned his attention from Martinelli to Jesus, the youngster’s teammate at Arsenal. How many goals has Gabriel Jesus scored in these most recent games, continued the now-56-year-old? Ah, not one. during the World Cup? Zero. Zero in the qualifiers. In eight games, he has failed to score.
With a match against Serbia as their first World Cup match, Brazil will then play group matches against Switzerland and Cameroon. Between now and then, Martinelli and Jesus will undoubtedly want to stand out to earn a spot in the starting lineup after being called up. Their final opportunities will occur this weekend when Arsenal plays Wolverhampton Wanderers in their last league match before the World Cup. Defender Gabriel Magalhaes, a former standout for Lille, has not performed well enough to earn a spot on his country’s team.
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