The Dragons will play Switzerland next in their bid to make next summer’s finals.
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil coach Tite has so many attacking options for the World Cup that he can hardly fit half of them into his team. He promises to use as many of his forwards as he can in Qatar, though, no matter the opponent. “There will be opportunities for all (Brazil's forwards)," Tite said in an interview with The Associated Press. "Whoever is in will be deciding the match, all have to be prepared. Every match might require a different characteristic.” Tite and his coaching assistant
The Gunners claimed a ninth win out of 10 matches in all competitions this season.