Mexico and Brazil's upcoming match moved to FOX 5 Atlanta

Jo Caldwell
June 30, 2018

Mexico captain Andres Guardado has urged officials to keep a keen eye on Brazil forward Neymar "because he likes to exaggerate fouls".

Although doctors said none of the injuries was serious, it wasn't immediately clear which player would be available for Monday's round-of-16 match against Mexico in Samara. "It's not up to me or us to judge, but the referees and Federation Internationale de Football Association".

With Germany having failing to advanced past the first round for the first time in 80 years, Brazil are now installed with many bookmakers as they favourite to win the World Cup.

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He added: "We embraced the expectation and I wanted them to play like they played against Croatia and Austria [in friendly matches], but the World Cup brings out different characteristics".

"We'd never beaten Germany in a World Cup either, and we did it in this one", he reminded reporters.

"There's no greater memory than making history with a fifth match. He has responded very well to the physiotherapy treatment that we carried out in the stadium, but we have to wait 24 hours to make a better diagnosis".

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"It's the biggest game of our lives".

Brazil defender Thiago Silva rubbished suggestions he had a problem with superstar team-mate Neymar.

World champions Germany lost 2-0 to South Korea with goals in the final minute and crash out in the group stages for the first time since 1938.

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"It's a joke that I made and the journalist talked about it badly".

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