Scolari Complains of the arbitration and the excess of faults on neymar

Scolari Complains of the excess of faults on Neymar

Scolari Complains of the excess of faults on Neymar

Published:29/06/2014 - 23:11h

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Luiz Felipe Scolari has showed very concerned by the arbitration of the English Howard Webb after the agónica classification of the "canarinha" for the quarter-finals and has complained of the numerous faults that received the Barcelona Neymar during all the party

The seleccionador of Brazil, Luiz Felipe Scolari, showed very concerned by the arbitration of the English Howard Webb after the agónica classification of the "canarinha" for the quarter-finals of the Glass of the World and complained of the numerous faults that received the Barcelona Neymar during all the party. "Could have it paid quite expensive if this ball that gave in the crossbar in the minute 118 goes. The referees are a bit reluctant with Brazil and do not know if we will be champions, but already are us concerning a bit by this subject" , said 'Felipao' in press conference.
   
Regarding the physical state of Neymar, Scolari expressed his preopupación: "Has the very inflamed leg. It received some 15 faults and besides, threw some fifteen times. I think that Neymar deserves some positive words because it was struggling in spite of having this physical problem". In relation to the pressure that suffered in the last penalti, Scolari elogió the maturity of the "10" Brazilian. "It is 22 years old but already it has a lot of experience, is a mature player as of 35 years. It takes with a lot of naturalidad his youth and has a very good mental level and in his life showed that it already was smart from the 17 years. When it threw this penalti did it as if it had done it home, in the streets of Santos", concluded.

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