Brazil x Cameroon: possible starting line-up

August 15, 2008 at 23:27 Leave a comment

Pato feeling the strain

Pato feeling the strain

Brazil’s Olympic squad take on Cameroon in the quarter-finals on Saturday 16th August.

Dunga’s team have won all three group stage matches but this will be their first real test.

Alexandre Pato has had a poor tournament so far and may be replaced by Rafael Sobis.

Brazil are expected to start like this:

Renan, Rafinha, Alex Silva, Breno (Thiago Silva), Marcelo, Hernanes, Lucas, Anderson, Diego, Ronaldinho Gaúcho, Alexandre Pato (Rafael Sobis)


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