Neymar is getting better and better – Tite hails forward after Brazil star passes Ronaldo

Neymar is getting better and better – Tite hails forward after Brazil star passes Ronaldo

Tite hailed Neymar and said the Brazil star was only getting better after the forward moved past Ronaldo on the nation’s goalscoring list. Neymar scored a hat-trick as Brazil recorded a hard-fought 4-2 win over Peru in World Cup qualifying on Tuesday. With 64 international goals, he moved past Ronaldo (62), with only Pele (77) having scored more times for Brazil than the 28-year-old. Tite was full of praise for Neymar, who netted two penalties in the win over a 10-man Peru. “Each historic moments of the selection, each generation, it has its own values,” the Brazil coach told a news conference, via Globo. “It has Ronaldo, extraordinary phenomenon. There are Rivaldo, Romario, Bebeto, each one in his own moment. It is unfair to make

Bolivia 1-2 Argentina: Correa completes turnaround in La Paz test

Bolivia 1-2 Argentina - Correa completes turnaround in La Paz test

Joaquin Correa came off the bench to score the winner as Argentina came from behind to defeat Bolivia 2-1 in a World Cup qualifier on Tuesday. Argentina fell behind in the altitude of La Paz, which is situated at 3,650 metres above sea level, when Marcelo Moreno Martins found the back of the net after 24 minutes. Parity was restored before half-time as Jose Carrasco’s clearance cannoned in off Lautaro Martinez, who became the first Albiceleste player not called Lionel Messi to score in a World Cup qualifier since November 2016. Correa replaced Lucas Ocampos just before the hour mark and fired home the winner with 11 minutes remaining, with Argentina claiming their first victory in Bolivia for 15 years. Martins had a chance