RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazilian soccer great Pelé will be cheering on his country's national team on Monday in its World Cup game against South Korea from the hospital, where he is being treated for a respiratory infection aggravated by COVID-19. “In 1958, I walked the streets thinking about fulfilling the promise I made to my father,” the three-time World Cup winner wrote on Twitter, alongside a photograph of a then-17-year-old Pelé. “I know that today many have made similar promises and are al
The 29-year-old is delighted to see the likes of Jude Bellingham, Phil Foden and Bukayo Saka shine at the World Cup.
Monday’s Round of 16 games at the 2022 are quite the contrast. The first game of the day looks evenly matched between Croatia and Japan while Brazil is a big favorite in the afternoon game.