Revenge for the 2014 World Cup is of no concern to Brazil or coach Rogerio Micale after they face Germany within the Rio 2016 final.
Brazil coach Rogerio Micale dismissed any talk of revenge more than Germany for his nation when they meet within the final of the men’s Olympic football.
Saturday’s decider at the Maracana has been talked about as a possibility for Brazilian redemption following their 7-1 defeat in the hands of Germany in the semi-finals of the 2014 Planet Cup on dwelling soil.
But not even Neymar, the man below pressure to deliver a first ever football gold for the host nation, was a part of that group in Belo Horizonte as he missed out via injury.
“That was the Globe Cup. This is the Olympic team,” Micale told a media conference.
“Neymar under no circumstances played in that match so there’s practically nothing that could create any kind of feeling that we have to take revenge. It is actually a distinctive time with diverse players and ages.
“The supporters are playing their function and we’ll require the supporters as this can be a quite robust German team. The supporters will want what they want, but there is no link in between that match and this a single.
“I am sure the final with Germany will probably be a fantastic match nevertheless it has nothing to do with all the past.”
Micale has no doubt Brazil can cope together with the stress in Rio, possessing risen towards the occasion with a 6-0 thumping of Honduras within the semi-finals just after generating a slow start out.
He is also taking into consideration a adjust to his group, with an attacking Germany ¨C who have scored 21 objectives in the tournament ¨C the final obstacle.
Micale stated: “Maybe my intention would be to adjust the style, but we also desire to get the top out of our players. We know the tendency in globe football is for organisation and pressuring opponents and it truly is required.
“But we can’t just neglect our extremely essence and that we’ve players with the capability to adjust a game in 1 moment of brilliance. That is certainly why countless teams from Europe come down to South America to get our players.”