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Brazil must know how to work under pressure: Tite after draw against Venezuela

ANI | June 19, 2019 12:29 PM
Brazil manager Tite

Leeds [UK]: After a scoreless draw against Venezuela in the Copa America on Wednesday, Brazil manager Tite admitted that the team must learn how to work under pressure.

"We must know how to work under pressure, and that's one of our challenges," Goal.com quoted Tite, as saying.

Tite further said that he insisted players to keep exchanging passes during the second half.

"I kept asking them during the second half, 'keep exchanging passes, working for space.' That's how we play. There's no point trying to do differently. That's not our idea. That's not compatible with the players' features," he said.

The exasperated Brazil supporters booed the team over their appalling performance during the match.

However, Tite said that he understands fans' anger, who came there to see goals.

"We must understand the fans. They want to see goals. If I was in their place I'd want the same. It's understandable," he said.

Brazil will now compete with Peru on June 23. 

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