World Cup winner Ronaldo expects Scolari to make changes for Colombia game this eveningRonaldo won the title in 1994 and 2002
Former Brazil striker Ronaldo has suggested that Luiz Felipe Scolari will make alterations to his side for their World Cup Quarter Final with Colombia this evening.
With defensive midfiled lynchpin Luiz Gustavo definitley out through suspension, Scolari will need to change something, and Ronaldo thinks it could benefit the hosts as they strive to find a better level of display: "We are waiting for a good performance from Brazil."
"We are not playing well, I am disappointed with the first four matches. I think he will change something. I don't know what."
On the pressures facing home star Neymar, two-time World Cup winner Ronaldo added: "He's like a kid, he's just thinking about playing well and scoring goals. He's very calm, very relaxed. He is as good as any young player."
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