Dutch football legend Johan Cruyff has declared that he would never pay to see Dunga's Brazil, who he believes have been a shame for the fans at the World Cup.
As Brazil prepare to face Netherlands in Friday's quarter-final in Port Elizabeth, Cruyff has declared that the Selecao don't make use of their talent and are a defensive side who do not live up to legendary Brazil stars.
"I'd never pay for a ticket to see the Brazil team. They have talented players but they play very defensive and are not very interesting," Cruyff said, as quoted by Marca.
"It is a shame for the fans and the tournament because they are one of the teams that people want to see.
"When it comes to Brazil I think of players like Gerson, Tostao, Falcao, Zico, Socrates ... Now they have the opposite, Gilberto, Felipe Melo, Michel Bastos, Julio Baptista... I would not pay for a ticket to go see them."
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