The Brazilian giants are competing in the tournament for the first time, and the favourites are not concerned over which side they meet in the last four.
“There is no preference, but rather preparation. We follow the games and know the characteristics and individual values of both teams,” said Tite.
“The monitoring is being done. We will watch the game (on Sunday).”
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