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Sunday, December 11, 2022

HOLE: Brazilian footballer, Richarlison, seen learning How to write in English with terrible handwriting

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Richarlison seen learning How to write in English with terrible handwriting.

According to information, Richarlison, is a Brazilian footballer. In another news, And they wasted no time in heading for the airport to catch their flight back to South America.

A downcast Richarlison was pictured boarding Brazil's team bus before it took them to the airport.

The Tottenham ace still looked upset after being reduced to tears following the penalty shootout heartbreak.

Brazil boss Tite confirmed he was standing down from his role following the quarter-final exit.While "World Cup's hottest fan" Ivana Knoll trolled Richarlison and Co by performing a rendition of his pigeon celebration.

Skipper Neymar was also overcome by emotion, before hinting that his international career could be over.

Speaking on his future after the game, Neymar admitted: "Honestly, I do not know. I think talking now is bad because of the heat of the moment. Maybe I’m not thinking straight.

"To say that this is the end would be rushing myself, but I don’t guarantee anything either. Let’s see what happens going forward.

"I want to take this time to think about it, think about what I want for myself. I will not close the door to playing with Brazil, nor do I say 100 per cent that I’ll come back.

"I need to think a bit more about this, about what is the right thing for me and for the national team."

Neymar put Brazil ahead in the first half of extra-time after the game had originally finished 0-0.

But Bruno Petkovic responded with three minutes left to play to send it to penalties.

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Jamie Carragher took a playful swipe at former Everton star Richarlison after Brazil were knocked out of the World Cup last night.

Despite taking the lead through Neymar in injury time following a 0-0 stalemate in 90 minutes, the South American side were stunned when Croatia equalised right at the death.

That took the tie to penalties - with Luka Modric and co keeping their cool to wrap up a 4-2 shootout victory and progress to the semi-finals. Richarlison played for 84 minutes of the match before being withdrawn.

Josko Gvardiol has been one of the standout players at the World Cup and was rewarded for his fine efforts as Croatia edged past Brazil on penalties to reach a second semi-final in a row. The 20-year-old played a major role in his side's dramatic late equaliser in extra time, recovering to pull off a brilliant last ditch tackle.

Croatia then caught out Brazil, moving to the other end of the pitch and scoring through Bruno Petkovic. Playing alongside the experience of Dejan Lovren, and with Luka Modric, Mateo Kovacic and Marcelo Brozovic offering further stability in midfield, Gvardiol has demonstrated his ball-playing and aggressive defending skills.

Chelsea are one of several teams linked with the RB Leipzig man but fell short of securing a deal for him over the summer, seeing him instead sign a new long-term deal. With World Cup displays at the highest level, the Blues facec competition now from Real Madrid and Tottenham too.

Pundits have made it clear why he's so well thought of, with former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand offering glowing praise. Speaking earlier in the weak, Ferdinand said, "I have to say, he has been my favourite defender to watch in the tournament so far.

"He has got a great presence, he is happy for the battles, very physical and has a wand for a left foot. He has got pace too and I think all those attributes you need as a modern day defender. He can pay the ball over various distances, he has pinpoint accuracy. He beats any type of press, is comfortable on either foot and is as comfortable with the ball at his feet as he is running out with it defensively.

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