Scolari: "Forget the other tie's, we have the clasico with Mexico"
Seleção coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, feels that any other group isn’t worth watching, with Brazil having the ‘clasico’ with Mexico.
Yesterday all 32 teams learnt their fate for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil with the draw being help in Bahia.
Brazil, the host nation, have been drawn into Group A alongside Mexico, Croatia and Cameroon, and Scolari was happy to avoid the ‘group of death.’
Scolari feels that Group D will be the toughest, which see’s Italy, Uruguay, Costa Rica and England.
"It [our group] is good," Scolari said to the media after the draw.
"England, Italy, Uruguay, that is the toughest group and we are not in this one!
"We have the 'clasico' [against Mexico] which will be very tough in the middle. Then Cameroon, which I think is good for us."
Brazil will open the tournament in Sao Paulo against Croatia on the 12th of June 2014.