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Tite: Brazil favourites for World Cup

SoccerNews.com Wednesday, 11 October 2017
Tite acknowledged Brazil are one of the favourites along with France and Germany to win the World Cup next year after the five-time champions completed qualifying with another victory. Having already qualified for Russia 2018, Brazil wrapped up their CONMEBOL fixtures by accounting for South American champions Chile 3-0 on Tuesday. Gabriel Jesus scored a […]
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Alexis Sanchez's Chile can not qualify for World Cup 2018 in Russia after Gabriel Jesus scored twice in Brazil's 3-0 win.

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