David Luiz explains the difficulty of this World Cup compared to the Confederations Cup last year
David Luiz believes Brazil will improve as the 2014 World Cup progresses and is confident that Luiz Felipe Scolari can guide them to the title.
The Paris Saint-Germain defender was quoted by Sky Sports and discussed the experience the hosts had gained from the Confederations Cup.
He said: "We know we can get better and grow but we also know what we’re up against.
"When you compare the Confederations Cup with the World Cup it’s not the same, all the teams are well prepared for the tournament. The level now is very high.
"Many teams have studied us it’s harder now. We know we have to do what Scolari tells us but that’s the World Cup, each game is harder than the one before.
"We have to improve a few things but we do that by playing more games."
Brazil face Cameroon tomorrow in their final Group A match needing a win or draw to ensure progression but with that essentially assured they’ll be hoping to deliver a spectacular performance.