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Neymar and co to get tips for a good night’s sleep, Ronaldo runs the press

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Because many and good sleep is important during the world cup, the players of the Brazilian selection is a checklist obtained with nine tips for a perfect night’s sleep.

One of the recommendations is to set the room temperature between 21 and 23 degrees, so message Globo Esporte. Neymar and co must be short for they are under the sheets crawling also caffeine-avoid mobile phone, tablet and tv. Also important: “pay attention to the clothes in which you sleep, so you don’t get too hot.”

“Time that Brazil is again world champion”

Ronaldo predicts a sixth world title for Brazil. “Of course, Brazil is my favorite. Not because I’m Brazilian, but because they play football,” told the former topspits Tuesday in the margin of a sponsorevent in the Gorkipark in Moscow.

The 41-year-old Ronaldo won the world cup with his country two times, in 1994 and 2002. It is now sixteen years ago that the Divine Canaries, the world Cup to take home if take. Time that change comes, will the former topspits, good for fifteen world cup goals. Only the German Miroslav Klose (16) is doing better.

“2002 was a long time ago. It is time,” said Ronaldo, who in addition to the Seleçao also Spain and defending champions Germany to for slide as a favorite. “Germany is always strong,” decided “O Fenomeno”, who in the world cup final of 2002 in the Japanese Yokohama against Germany, the only two goals scored.

For the first time trained in Sochi

The Brazilian selection has dinsdagvoormiddag his first training in Russia finished, in the run-up to the first match Sunday against Switzerland. Some hundreds of spectators cheered in Sochi under more superstar Neymar. A fan ran onto the field during the training. He was a steward to the ground.

Only midfielder Fred took no part in the training. Due to a slight injury, he worked out an individual program.

The world cup takes on Brazil in group E successively against Switzerland (June 17, Rostov), Costa Rica (June 22, Saint-Petersburg) and Serbia (27 June, Moscow). The Brazilians aim for a sixth world title.

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