Brazilian Superstar In Nail-Biting Tension: The Announcement Was Celebrated With Jumping, Crying And Hugging, Heart Touching Video: After Brazil announced the 26-man squad for the Qatar World Cup, a video is winning the hearts of fans. A video of Manchester United star Anthony jumping with joy at being a member of the team is going viral on social media.

The video shows Anthony and his family eagerly waiting for the announcement on TV. The video shows that when Antony’s name comes, they all jump and hug each other and share their happiness.


Antony shared the video of his father and siblings expressing happiness on social media.

‘Thank you, God, for you. Thanks, everyone. Friends, family, father, mother, and siblings. much love Can’t contain my emotions,’ Anthony said in a tweet.

Meanwhile, Tite has prepared his team in such a way that any team can challenge in Qatar. It is understood from the squad that this time the team’s decision is to attack and play.

The team of Latin American giants consists of superstars like Thiago Silva, Casemiro, Neymar, and others.


Real Madrid super duo Vinicius Jr. and Rodrigo will travel to Qatar with Brazil. Barca player Rafinha will also join the team, although both of them have not been able to make a significant impact in the new club team.

Reports from some sources said that Arsenal superstar Gabriel Martinelli will not be included in the team. But when the official announcement came, this concern was removed.

Martinelli scored five goals and provided two assists during the season and was instrumental in Arsenal’s top spot in the Premier League.

The Canaries have a huge line-up of experienced players. Marquinhos, Dani Alves and Alex Sandro will complete the defensive wall with Thiago Silva leading the defense.

Casemiro will lead the midfield with the strength of the samba rhythm. Although there is a huge line-up of superstars in the forward line, the weight of hope will be on Neymar’s shoulders.

Opponents will face Weverton, Ederson, and Alisson Becker in front of the goal net.

Brazil are set to become the first non-European team to win the World Cup in 20 years since they won their last World Cup title in 2002.


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