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PSG's Thiago Silva unlucky to be injured for Tite's first Brazil squad

PSG boss Unai Emery backs Edinson Cavani to be a success this season, but played down comparing him to Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
PSG defender Thiago Silva was not included in Tite's first Brazil squad for World Cup qualifiers.

Paris Saint-Germain captain Thiago Silva's wait to end his international exile continues after new Brazil coach Tite opted to leave the 31-year-old defender out of his squad for the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Ecuador and Colombia.

Silva has been out of the picture for his country for over a year and is currently recovering from a hip injury suffered during Les Parisiens' 3-1 International Champions Cup win over Real Madrid in Columbus, Ohio last month. He missed PSG's 3-0 win...

 By Chris Wright

Brazil star Neymar gets tattoo to mark gold at Olympic Games

Neymar inspired Brazil to gold medal glory after scoring the winning penalty in their 5-4 shootout win over Germany.

Neymar has wasted little time commemorating his starring role in Brazil's first ever Olympic football gold medal by getting himself a special tattoo just hours after the final.

Having also opened the scoring in normal time, the 24-year-old striker tucked away the decisive penalty in the host nation's dramatic 5-4 shootout victory over Germany.

Shortly after securing Brazil's first major international...

 By Jack Lang

Neymar and Brazil claim Olympic gold to revive hopes a nation can rise again

Michael Eaves reports from Rio, where Brazil won their first Olympic gold medal for soccer, on how the country has reacted.
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Neymar and Brazil beat Germany to claim Olympic gold.

Andy Murray entered the London Olympic Games at a fairly low ebb four years ago. Earlier in the summer, he had become the first British male to make the final of Wimbledon in over 70 years, only to come up short against Roger Federer. The tears had flowed. Murray must have wondered whether the Grand Slam glory he had pursued for so long would ever arrive.

The Olympics provided a salve for his wounds. Murray breezed to the gold medal match and nonchalantly dispatched Federer. It wasn't Wimbledon...

 By Tim Vickery

Neymar delivers Brazil a much-needed ego boost with Olympic gold medal

Michael Eaves reports from Rio, where Brazil won their first Olympic gold medal for soccer, on how the country has reacted.
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Neymar's well-taken penalty sealed the win for Brazil in Saturday's gold medal match.

During events at the Rio Olympics, when Argentina were in action, the locals enjoyed themselves by counting up to 23 -- rubbing in the fact that it's been 23 years since the Argentine football team won a senior title.

The fans' action was both an acknowledgement of the primacy of football in Brazilian sporting culture and, in a backhanded way, an admission that the Olympic gold medal is hardly overflowing in relevance. In those 23 years, Argentina have twice won the football tournament.

But coherence,...

 By Uli Hesse

Brazil vs. Germany not just World Cup revenge in Horst Hrubesch farewell

Germany coach Horst Hrubesch is built like an oak tree. He has played in European Cup, European Championship and World Cup finals. He has managed clubs in the second division and the Bundesliga, briefly served as assistant national coach and guided teams to the European Under-19 and U21 Championships. After 45 years in the game, he will retire next month because he has seen and done everything there is to see and do in football.

Hrubesch has one final hurdle -- the men's Olympic football final against...

 By Tim Vickery

Olympic gold would offer Brazil some redemption and some hope

The majority of the ESPN FC panel pick Germany to win gold over Brazil in the men's soccer tournament.
The FC panel discuss Brazil's 6-0 thrashing of Honduras in the Olympic semifinal, and if the team is favoured for the final.

Brazil have suffered two historic defeats on home ground: In 1950, Uruguay won the final match of the World Cup 2-1 in Rio's Maracana stadium and then, in the 2014 World Cup semifinal, there was that extraordinary 7-1 thrashing by Germany.

As they go for the Olympic gold medal, Brazil have a chance to redeem both of those losses at once. To claim the only title that has always eluded them, the hosts will have to win a final in the Maracana against the very opponents who humiliated them two years...