SportsTalk October 30th: In an interview with the Dsports radio program, Brazilian legend Dunga talked about Messi and Argentina winning the World Cup.
Denga said: “This is a balanced team, their attackers are fast and the midfield is organized , The commanding ability is very strong, and Messi’s performance is also very decisive. Messi understands that he must pay for the national team, and other players in the national team also understand that they must play for Messi. Only when they think of playing together can they become Champions. Everyone knows what they have to do on the pitch and it’s great to see them playing with such determination.”
“For those of us who love football, the World Cup final between Argentina and France was wonderful. The entire Argentine team played at a high level, and Messi played a decisive role as always.”
In the interview, Dunga also talked about his victory in the 1994 World Cup with the Brazilian team: “Our generation won the 1982 South American Youth Football Championship. Championship, won the first Olympic medal, won the Copa America, the Confederations Cup and then the World Cup.”
“Winning the World Cup It’s not easy, but logically it makes perfect sense because when we won the World Cup we were not highly regarded and now we are getting the credit we deserve. You have to have talent but if you don’t have courage you can’t win Something.”
As for Brazil’s decision to wait for Ancelotti to take over the national team, Dunga said: “A country like Brazil It is impossible for a team to wait for a year for a coach, just like Argentina. In Brazil, Pele, Romario, Bebeto, Ronaldo, etc. all play here, while in Argentina, there are Maradona, Messi, Riquelme and many other champions, when they call you, you have to run, whether it comes or not, we can’t wait.”
Talking about Neymar’s situation, Dunga said: “He is an idol in Brazil, he is great. But there is one person who has been discussed in the football world The problem is that Pele has won the World Cup, Messi and Maradona have won the World Cup, but the team has also won. You can’t win anything by yourself. In Brazil, people have high hopes for Neymar. But the responsibility lies with all the players.”