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The benchmark and midfielder of the Chilean soccer team Arturo vidal He said on Tuesday that he is looking forward to the clash against Brazil that will be played next Thursday for the FIFA triple date on the way to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
“I am motivated, I have prepared in the best way. I have been waiting for this game for a long time and we hope to keep the three points,” said the Inter Milan midfielder in statements to the National Professional Football Association (ANFP).
Vidal, one of the pillars of the so-called Golden Generation -which gave Chile two consecutive Copa América in 2015 and 2016-, affirmed that on the triple date where it will also have to face Colombia and Ecuador, it hopes to obtain good results to “make a difference with other selections “.
“Brazil is clearly higher, calmer, but with the other two teams we will be fighting until the end to qualify for the World Cup,” said Vidal, who completed the second day of training in Santiago, Chile, along with the rest of the selected teams. to prepare for the game.
Asked about the game proposal that Chile will show on the field, the one formed in Colo-Colo explained that it is a different clash from the one experienced in the last edition of Copa América, where La Roja fell by the minimum count before a complicated green marela for find your rhythm.
“That was a game to the death, in qualifying you have to think a little more about what can happen later. Here you have to score points and advance in the table. I think it will be an intense game, important for us, we would like to return to do what we did in the last tie, “he added.
Chile has a brand that it clings to in the hours leading up to its commitment to Tite’s team: it was the last team to beat Brazil in an elimination process in October 2015 in a remembered 2-0 with goals from Alexis Sanchez and Eduardo Vargas placeholder image.
Since then, Brazil has not fallen in that instance and to date has a perfect score with 18 positives in six games played, ranking first in the general followed by Argentina who has 12 units.
Chile, for its part, is in need of points and runs seventh with only six units in six games played.