The Selecao will be able to count on their indispensable playmaker on Wednesday, but the only question is how long he will be able to stay on the pitch.
The good news for coach Dunga is that Kaka has shrugged off the foot injury which sidelined him from the 1-1 draw in
“In theory, Kaka will be available. We just don’t know how long he will be able to play for, but we are going to talk about that later,” Dunga told reporters.
“We have just returned from
Dunga then went on to defend his team’s performance in
“There is always going to be criticism. Everybody wants us to win, to dominate all our games, but playing there is not easy. You should try and run up and down a flight of stairs four or five times at altitude and see if there’s a difference,” he boomed.
“Every team that plays in high altitude will always try to slow down their rhythm. It is normal for the athletes to lower the pace, recover their breathing, try and cool down the opponent, then take control of the game once we have more air.”
KS Leong, Goal.com