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Top 3 Brazilians to watch at FIFA World Cup 2014

With just 13 more days to go, the excitement of the World Cup in Brazil has reached on its peak. The FIFA World Cup is considered as the biggest sporting tournament in the history of this world with a huge number of viewership that is the most highest so far in any sporting event.

The majority of the people believes that Brazil seem to be the team that would claim the 2014 World Cup this time. Being the hosts, Brazil will familiar with the conditions and the recent success in the Confederations Cup is also a plus point for the Brazilians.

We have the top 3 key players of Brazil, who are expected to perform better in the summer’s tournament.

1) Thiago Silva

Thiago Silva, the Captain of a Brazil football team – who plays as a central defender for Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain, He is famous for its attacking flair in his home soil.

The 29-year-old centre-back has established himself as one of the world’s best in his position. Having wealth of experience in Europe’s top clubs will prove him while guiding the younger stars of his team.

2) Neymar

Neymar, the Forward star – who plays for Spanish club FC Barcelona in La Liga, He is also known for his consistent performance throughout the season.

The 23-year-old has scored 30 goals in 47 appearances for his country, a much better than Cristiano Ronaldo from Portugal or Lionel Messi from Argentina.

Neymar is likely to lead the attacking force at the World Cup. With such and excellent record for his nation, Brazil has got a good chance of winning the tournament.

3) Oscar

Oscar, the Attacking midfielder – who plays for Premier League club Chelsea, He is also known for a Goal scoring machine.

Just as with Neymar, he has established himself as one of the Premier League’s best player in 2013/14 season.

Oscar, 22,has earned his first international cap in 2011 against Argentina. He is a vital player, who is very good at grabbing the opportunity.

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