Ronaldo: “Teams will be afraid of being drawn in Brazil’s group”
Former Seleção international Ronaldo believes teams will not want to be drawn in Brazil's group for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Luiz Felipe Scolari’s side have lost just twice in 2013 and won the Confederations Cup.
“At the World Cup the draw, the other teams will be afraid of being drawn in Brazil’s group,” said Ronaldo, as reported by GOAL.com.
The 37 year-old, who won the tournament twice - 1994 and 2002 as a player, also expects the calibre of the competitors will make for an exciting competition.
“I think this World Cup will be spectacular. You need only look at the national teams that have qualified.”
Ronaldo scored 62 goals in 98 appearances for Brazil. He retired from football in February 2011.
The draw for the FIFA World Cup group stages will be made on Friday 6th December.