Four Brazilians in Angel Di Maria’s dream team, only one from Argentina !! | Four Brazil players in Angel Di Maria’s dream 11

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BrThe big fight is between the Seal-Argentine fans. The fan group will not accept anything other than their team and players. The Argentines will field Neymar and the Brazilians will field Lionel Messi. But not only are the players not so hostile to each other, they are also very close friends. Angel Di Maria, a pillar of the Argentine team like Messi, has announced a team that includes players who have played alongside him. Argentine fans will be thrilled to know who is on that team! The advantage is for the Brazilian players. De Maria’s dream team would not be complete without left – back Marcelo, center-back Thiago Silva, right-back Danny Alves and right-winger Neymar.

Messi is the only Argentine in the squad. Messi is the attacking midfielder. Di Maria mainly lists those who have played with him in club football. The goalkeeper is Iker Casillas, a former Real Madrid teammate. Center back Sergio Ramos, center midfielders Luka Modric and Sabi Alonso, left winger Cristiano Ronaldo and Marcelo have all played alongside Real Madrid de Maria.

Danny Alves and Thiago Silva played together at PSG. Di Maria also has a teammate from Manchester United. Former England center forward Wayne Rooney. Di Maria and Rooney have only played together for one season. As an imaginative forward, Di Maria could not find another teammate as good as Rooney. Barcelona legend Messi and Real Madrid’s Champions League winners Cristiano Ronaldo and PSG’s Neymar are a dream come true.

D Maria’s dream team

Iker Casillas (goalie), Marcelo (left back), Thiago Silva (centerback), Sergio Ramos (centerback), Danny Alves (right back), Luka Modric (center midfielder), Sabi Alonso (center midfielder) and Lionel (Midfield) ), Neymar (right winger), Cristiano Ronaldo (left winger), Wayne Rooney (center forward)

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