Selecao stopper Cesar talks up the quality of Group ACesar has twice won the Confederations Cup with Brazil
Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar has admitted that his side have found life difficult in Group A of the 2014 World Cup, but insists that the South Americans are well equipped to advance further in the tournament.
The 34 year-old told Brazilian media yesterday evening: "We knew that it wouldn't be an easy group. I think that Mexico, Croatia and Cameroon is a complicated group. And in a certain way it was great for us."
"I think in other World Cups Brazil have qualified past the group stage earlier, which is great since you're more relaxed but now we aren't in a position where we are comfortable, comfortable in the standings."
"We're in a good standing, where we can control things well and could get to the last game and still qualify first in our group."
Brazil will need all three points against Cameroon on Monday evening in Brasilia to assure top spot in Group A of the competition.