‘Brazil citing example of Germany,’ reveals new forward Diego Tardelli
Brazil will be looking to follow the example of Germany when they start the Dunga reign tomorrow evening against Colombia.
That is according to Atlético Mineiro forward Diego Tardelli, who has revealed the national team will be attempting to play with a false nine.
Tardelli told Goal.com that Brazil will be following Germany’s lead after they became World Cup winners in the summer and handed out a 7-1 thrashing to Brazil.
Following those events in the summer, Dunga will be trying to play without a fixed forward and have a more fluid attacking line up during his time as Brazil head coach.
The Atlético Mineiro ace said: “Dunga spoke to the attackers and he cited the example of Germany, who do not have a fixed player up front.
“Football is now faster and more dynamic, and if you do not move then you will not find the ball.”
Tardelli played up front alongside Neymar, Willian and Oscar in training recently and it is predicted that will be Dunga’s forward line tomorrow night.