Brazil and Venezuela will play each other on Match Day 2 of the FIFA World Cup qualifiers. This should be a great game between two Latin American soccer countries who are fighting for the right to play in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
The Copa America is now headed to the semifinals and the world has experienced a great deal of elation for major winners and yet a plethora of disappointments from those that were expected to do so much more.
Of the four remaining teams in the tournament, two of them were expected to make deep runs. The other two remaining sides were among the three worst teams in World Cup 2014 qualifiers. Those two sides, Peru and Paraguay, are where they are on their own merit but there is no doubt that they left rather disappointing sides in the dust.
Here are the biggest disappointments of the quarterfinals at the Copa America.
Almost one year ago Brazil endured the most embarrassing of defeats when it was annihilated 7-1 by Brazil at home in the World Cup semifinals. But right after that game, the team lost 3-0 against a very good Dutch side that made the host nation wallow in its misery.
That would make the end of Luis Felipe Scolari's term with the national side.
Brazil and France will play each other in one of the most anticipated soccer friendlies of the week. Latin Post breaks down game, provides a game stream, and picks a winner. Neymar and Karim Benzema will be the key players to watch yet again.