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Brazil's Marcelo to return against Belgium as Miranda warns of tough test

Sebi Salazar joins Get Up! to talk about Neymar's continued theatrics and takes a look at a few children mimicking the Brazilian strikers antics.
The FC crew deliver a 4th of July edition of Extra Time where they talk Kylian Mbappe versus Neymar and hot dog eating.
Lothar Matthaus says Neymar must stop his acting because he is such a big idol for many people.

Real Madrid full-back Marcelo will be back in the side for the World Cup quarterfinal against Belgium on Friday, coach Tite has said.

Marcelo suffered a back problem that meant he was taken off as Brazil beat Serbia in their last group game and sat out the round-of-16 win over Mexico.

But Tite told a news conference in Kazan that the 30-year-old was ready to return to action and would come in for Felipe Luis.

"I talked to Marcelo and Filipe Luis. Filipe Luis played very well in those matches, but...

Brazil's Marcelo could be sidelined by 'hotel mattress' injury - Brazil doctor

With his having a hand in at least one goal in each group-stage game, the ESPN FC team point to Philippe Coutinho as Brazil's leader on and off the pitch so far in Russia.
The Kwese studio crew break down all the important statistics and point out what Brazil did better than their competition to finish atop Group E.

A soft mattress may be behind the back injury that forced Brazil left-back Marcelo out of his country's 2-0 victory over Serbia, according to the team's medical staff.

Marcelo limped from the pitch early during Wednesday's game in Moscow, being replaced by Atletico Madrid's Filipe Luis, with the score still at 0-0.

Speaking in the Spartak Stadium's mixed zone after the game, Brazil team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar explained that the substitution had been a precaution as the 30-year-old had felt muscles...

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Marcelo exits Brazil match against Serbia with back spasms

Brazil left-back Marcelo limped out of the Selecao's final Group E match of the World Cup with back spasms.

The Real Madrid star pulled up within the first 10 minutes of the match and asked manager Tite for a substitution after a pair of Serbia attacks down his side left the defender well behind the play.

Filipe Luis quickly warmed up and entered the game, with Marcelo gingerly walking off the pitch to be evaluated.

The Brazilian Football Confederation later confirmed he suffered back spasms...

 By Tim Vickery

Marcelo's performances for Brazil at the World Cup will define his Selecao legacy

Brazil have won a record-breaking five World Cups. Can Tite's men make it six in Russia?
After humiliation on home soil for Brazil in 2014, Ian Darke and ESPN's expert panel feel redemption could be in the cards for Neymar and company.

The next few weeks will form a fascinating part of the career of Real Madrid and Brazil left-back Marcelo.

That is a sentence that might seem strange when seem from the perspective of 2005 and 2006, when he made his first-team breakthrough with Fluminense, and enjoyed a goal-scoring debut with Brazil. True, he did all of this as a left-back, but at the time there was a consensus -- emphatically argued by his club coach Oswaldo de Oliveira -- that he would end up as a midfielder.

The rationale...

Real Madrid's Marcelo ahead of UCL final: 'I have nothing to prove to anybody'

As Real Madrid prepare for Kiev we go behind the scenes at the Bernabeu as Ronaldo grabs a lift to training, Zidane speaks about Liverpool and Kroos talks Klopp.

Real Madrid left-back Marcelo has said he has "nothing to prove to anybody" ahead of Saturday's Champions League final against Liverpool.

During a conversation with ex-Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler previewing the 2018 UCL decider in Kiev, Ukraine, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp said there was a view around that Marcelo "could not defend," while pointing out that despite issues in their team, Madrid had been hugely successful in recent years due to their attacking prowess.

The comment was picked up...

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Marcelo's son Enzo uses Real Madrid squad to pull off header trick

We've seen Marcelo's son Enzo in action before and know he can play but he's back, this time with a little help from his father's Real Madrid teammates.

As his dad says, that's something to be proud of; might the eight-year-old one day emulate his old man and find success in the Bernabeu first team? 

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