Brazil and Newcastle United player Bruno Guimaraes break silence and reveals why he was angry during their match against Paraguay in Copa America (1-4) - soocer442
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Brazil and Newcastle United player Bruno Guimaraes break silence and reveals why he was angry during their match against Paraguay in Copa America (1-4)

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Bruno Guimaraes, a star player for Newcastle United, had to explain why he got so angry during Brazil’s 4-1 win over Paraguay in the Copa America.

With two goals from Vinicius Junior, one each from Savio and Lucas Paqueta, Brazil got back on track after a poor draw with Costa Rica in their first game and are now almost certain to make it to the quarterfinals.

People have criticized Brazil for both that performance and their terrible run of only two wins in eight games before the event. Ronaldinho, a former Brazilian World Cup winner, said he had “never seen a situation as bad as this” when talking about their form.

Brazil beat Paraguay 4-1, and Guimaraes’ response to the first goal went viral overnight.

Brazil and Newcastle United player Bruno Guimaraes break silence and reveals why he was angry during their match against Paraguay in Copa America (1-4)

So far in the USA, Guimaraes has started both games, and he was seen yelling at Brazilian fans as he celebrated Vinicius Junior’s first goal. The Newcastle star has now come out to explain how he felt about the video, which went viral on social media.

“I’m a guy who respects everyone and I’m aware that we need all Brazilians together on our journey,” said Guimaraes. The first swear word comes out of the phrase “finally the goal came.” In the speech that follows, Brazil is praised. Fans don’t know who is right or wrong.

There is a group of players who really want our people to enjoy watching the national team. We were determined to score goals and win today, which we failed to do in the first game. This is just a party. Disagree. Let’s enjoy our win today.

“Victory to the team that never gives up, fights until they reach the goal, and never gives up.” Enjoying achieving what we failed to do on our first attempt. Let’s all go: fans, committee, team, and board. Forever for Brazil.”

Brazil’s last game of the tournament is on Wednesday at Levi’s Stadium in San Jose, California, against Colombia, which is in first place in Group D. Guimaraes hopes to play.







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