Brazil vs Venezuela starting line-up: rap pack given run out

June 5, 2008 at 22:33 Leave a comment


The RAP pack

Brazil will start their friendly international against Venezuela in the Foxborough stadium with the rap pack (Robinho, Adriano, and Pato).

The mouth-watering combination will get the chance to prove how effective they can be against modest opposition on Friday night. But coach Dunga has already said he’s likely to change the formation for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers.

The team in full: Júlio César, Daniel Alves, Henrique, Luisão, Gilberto, Gilberto Silva, Elano, Anderson, Robinho, Alexandre Pato, Adriano.



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