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sport news Former Brazil striker Fred dreaming of World Cup showdown with Argentina which ... trends now
sport news Former Brazil striker Fred dreaming of World Cup showdown with Argentina which ... trends now

sport news Former Brazil striker Fred dreaming of World Cup showdown with Argentina which ... trends now

'I want chaos, turmoil - Neymar's nutmeg, Messi CRYING': Former Brazil striker Fred outlines his dream scenario for a World Cup semi-final showdown with Argentina... with the two bitter rivals poised to meet if they prevail in the last eight on Friday Brazil and Argentina could meet in the semi-finals of the World Cup next week Selecao first need to get past Croatia in the quarter-finals on Friday afternoon Lionel Messi and Co have Holland standing in their way of a last-four place Former Brazil striker Fred is desperate for his country to face their bitter rivals The 39-year-old is dreaming of a scenario where Messi is left in tears afterwards Click here for the latest World Cup 2022 news, fixtures, live action and results

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Former Brazil striker Fred is desperate for his country to meet Argentina in the World Cup semi-finals - and leave Lionel Messi in tears.

Both South American countries are gearing up for quarter-final ties on Friday, with Brazil set to take on Croatia at 3pm and Argentina locking horns with Holland at 7pm.

Should they emerge victorious, the two great rivals will battle it out for a place in the World Cup final next week.

Lionel Messi and Argentina must get past Holland in the World Cup quarter-finals on Friday

Neymar and Brazil are up against Croatia in the last eight of the World Cup

Ex-Brazil star Fred has outlined his dream plan for Lionel Messi (L) to be left crying and

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