AFTER FAILURE WITH NIGERIA, BRAZIL SEEK CLASH WITH ARGENTINA, SOUTH KOREA

BY KUNLE SOLAJA.

After failure to secure a win in the two encounters with African teams, Senegal and Nigeria, Brazil now have to face traditional rivals, Argentina and South Korea as the Coach Tite boys continue to search for an end to their winless streak.

The clashes with African teams ended in disappointment for Neymar and Co.

Sports Village Square gathered from the Brazilian Football Confederation CBF that their Brazil Global Tour will continue next month.

The team wants to make use of the FIFA international dates next month to play against Argentina on November 15 and South Korea on Novemebr 19.

The South American classic will be played in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The venue will be King Saud University Stadium, the same place where Brazil defeated the Saudi team in 2018. Gabriel Jesus and Alex Sandro scored the goals in a 2-0 win.

The duel with South Korea will take place in Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates, at Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium. It will be the last match of the Brazilian National Team in 2019.

With these two more matches, the Brazilian team will reach six consecutive games after the Copa America against opponents who were in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.