Goalkeeper: Claudio Taffarel
Taffarel is a monument of Brazilian football. The 56-year-old former player has played more than 100 matches for Selecao, participating in 9 international tournaments. Taffarel left a strong mark on Brazil’s journey to winning the 1994 World Cup. At the club level, Taffarel has experienced the colors of teams such as Parma, Reggiana and Galatasaray.
Cafu is considered one of the best right-backs of all time. He also holds the record of having the most appearances for the Brazilian national team. Cafu participated in 4 World Cup finals from 1994 to 2006.
Cafu left a strong mark when Selecao won the 1994 and 2002 world championships. Cafu was also the only player to appear in 3 consecutive World Cup finals.
Center-back: Hilderaldo Bellini
Bellini was the captain of the Brazil team that won the 1958 World Cup. In 1962, the late player continued to conquer the world gold cup with his home team. In total, Bellini played 51 matches for Brazil between 1957 and 1966.
Lucio played more than 100 matches for Brazil between 2000 and 2011. The 44-year-old former player is a member of Selecao who won the 2002 World Cup; Confederation Cup 2005 and 2009.
Left-back: Roberto Carlos
Carlos is considered the best left-back in the history of Brazilian football. The former Real Madrid star has a great left hand with powerful shots.
Carlos has 125 matches, participated in 3 World Cup finals with Brazil, including the championship in 2002.
Central Midfielder: Dunga
Dunga was a key factor when Brazil won the 1994 World Cup. The 59-year-old former player wore the Selecao captain’s armband at the 1998 World Cup. In total, Dunga had 91 caps for the national team.
Right Midfielder: Garrincha
Player Garrincha is one of the greatest football players in Brazilian history. Legendary Garrincha won 2 World Cup titles, 1 Golden Boot of the 1962 World Cup, and the best player of the 1962 World Cup.
Midfielder left: Rivaldo
Rivaldo has a great technical background. Former Brazilian player won the Golden Ball award in 1999. Rivaldo played 74 matches, scored 35 goals, was a member of Selecao who won the 2002 World Cup.
Pele is considered the best player in the history of Brazilian football. Pele made his national team debut at the age of 16; has won the world gold cup 3 times in 1958, 1962 and 1970.
Ronaldo was a member of the Brazilian team that won the 1994 World Cup. R9 left a strong impression when playing sublime in the 1998 World Cup and the 2002 World Cup. Ronaldo combined with Ronaldinho and Rivaldo to form a terrifying attacking trio.
The image of scoring and tearing apart the opponent’s net in the 1994 World Cup from this player became a highlight in the tournament in the US. According to statistics, Romario has scored more than 750 goals in his career, including 55 goals for Brazil.
Mr. Nguyen – according to xevathethao.vn | 12:35 December 2, 2022