Thiago Silva: Brazil has learned from failure in World Cup 2014

Thiago Silva: Brazil has learned from failure in World Cup 2014


Thiago Silva says Brazil has learned from the humiliating loss of 7-1 from Germany in the 2014 World Cup, and will use it as an inspiration for the World Cup win this summer.



 
The center-back was suspended 4 years ago in the match against Germany, where Brazil was disqualified from the championship in their home.
Like Germany, Brazil is again favorite for this summer's championship, Silva is optimistic that the result will end otherwise in Russia, where the Brazilian team intends to break the record by winning six times the title World Champion.
Every day, I learns something new. Professionally, personally and emotionally, because the emotional aspect is very important, Thiago Silva told Goal.
I rarely change my outlook on what I believe, but the lesson I learned from 2014 is very big, he continued.
Our ultimate goal is to become a champion, although it is a long way to finish in the best possible way: to get the title.
Thiago Silva has 70 appearances so far for his national team, and he feels very proud every time he wears a prominent yellow shirt.
It's different. A unique moment. Not everyone can wear this shirt, Silva said. 

Here is a story, a responsibility in these five stars, so you always have to do something extra for those 200 million people in Brazil, he added.
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