Brazil are showing themselves to be contenders for the World Cup title.
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Every time Brazil score a goal at home now, the crowd chants "the champions are back".The performances were below par, star Neymar was having difficulties, creative players such as Philippe Coutinho were being overlooked, and fans were still traumatized from Brazil's 7-1 semifinal loss to Germany at the 2014 World Cup.The rebuilt Brazil squad no longer relies on a bulldozing No. 9, like Luiz Felipe Scolari's World Cup squad did in 2014 . Instead, Tite has used Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus, who has delivered a team-leading seven goals in the qualifying campaign.When he was hired, Tite made it clear that he didn't think Brazil lacked talented players, only that it needed to find some balance.
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