Brazil vs Belgium: How to pick the winning Fantasy XI?
Brazil take on Belgium in a crunch quarter-final encounter in Friday's second match at the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2018. Both teams are set to play a high intensity game and they will look to get the best side possible out on the pitch. So one must be wondering which players to select in your Dream XI? Here's our guide.
Keeping the budget, attributes and qualities of players in mind, we have gone with a 4-2-3-1 formation. The formation could see fans extract the maximum out of this fixture, in terms of winning points.
Brazil goal-keeper Alisson Becker is our choice as the custodian. He has let in only one goal so far. Belgium's Thomas Meunier starts at right-back. He has been impressive for his side. Brazil duo Miranda and Thiago Silva form a powerful center-back partnership that will look to defy Belgium. Due to Marcelo being doubtful, we have selected Belgium's Jan Vertonghen as the left-back.
Brazilian central mid-fielder Paulinho gets the duty to feature alongside the versatile Kevin De Bruyne of Belgium. Both players are smart with the decision making and ball distribution. Their knack of scoring goals and getting into key areas are added advantages.
We have gone ahead with the trio of Willian, Philippe Coutinho and Eden Hazard. Willian has been instrumental as a winger on the right-flank and has had a say in Brazil's attacks. Belgium skipper Hazard comes in as the number 10 and also gets the vice-captaincy. Coutinho has been the star for this Brazil team and he would be the skipper.
Romelu Lukaku gets the nod as the side's lone striker. The Belgium star had a massive influence against Japan and has also scored four times in this World Cup. Lukaku will test the Brazilian defense.