"You can talk, you're Brazilian and you can dream; we're dreaming more and more".
Two underwhelming attacking performances in La Roja's warm-up matches have anxious fans that neither of Iago Aspas, Diego Costa or the Valencia forward can fire their country to glory.
The Brazil side is still very much made up of the same players who were part of their 7-1 humiliation at the hands of Germany on home soil four years ago and they will be determined to put that to rest this time around.
In the track, Williams sings about a leader who "alleviates the cash from a whole entire nation, takes loose change and builds his own space station", and adds: "Ain't no refutin' or disputin' - I'm a modern Rasputin", while women dressed as ballerinas dance around him in the music video.
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Should Neymar stay fit, then the PSG forward could mastermind an unprecedented sixth World Cup win this summer under the auspices of Tite.
Tempers had flared just before that with the Brazilians taking exception to tasty tackles on Neymar and Coutinho. "Today was another example that, mentally, we are maturing".
Federation Internationale de Football Association says a request to start a feasibility study into adding 16 teams to the Qatar-hosted tournament has been withdrawn by South American body CONMEBOL. There has been no mention of a performance of the official World Cup song, Live It Up, featuring film star Will Smith, Colombia-based pop star Nicky Jam, and Kosovan singer Era Istrefi.
In Coutinho they have a brilliant playmaker, in Paulinho they have a traditional box-to-box midfielder, and in Casemiro they have a resolute holder.
Jesus is Brazil's leading scorer under Tite's management, ahead of Neymar, who got his name on the scoresheet in the 63rd minute.
Argentina lost the 2014 World Cup final 1-0 to Germany after extra time, before suffering successive defeats by Chile on penalties at the Copa America in 2015 and 2016. The number of people who turned up to watch Federation Internationale de Football Association U-17 World Cup was same as IPL matches.