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Del Bosque concerned about Brazil

Vincente del Bosque has said that Spain must be wary of the threat that Brazil will pose to them in the Confederations Cup final.

The Spanish coach believes his side must be careful because of the all round quality of the Brazilians on Sunday night.

“Brazil is much more than just player like him,” he told a Press conference.

“They are a brilliant team who have two of the best full-backs in the world – [Dani] Alves and Marcelo.

“Their two centre-backs are amongst the world’s best and they have other players like Paulinho and Oscar who are capable of resolving a game if their strikers, Fred and Hulk already haven’t done so.

“We will be to be extra careful with their aerial play, that’s an area in which we must be particularly vigilant."


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