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Neymar, Thiago Silva, Firmino Listed For Super Eagles Friendly 

 
Paris Saint-Germain stars, Neymar, Thiago Silva and Liverpool’s duo Roberto Firmino and Fabinho, are among the 23 players invited by head coach, Tite, for their international friendly match against the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
 
The Confederation of Brazilian Football (CBF) published the names of the invited players on their verified Twitter handle on Friday.
 
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The friendly match will come up on October 13 in Singapore.

 
Before the game against the Eagles, Brazil will take on Africa’s highest ranked team Senegal also in Singapore, on October 10.
 
Also invited for the game are Ederson of Manchester City, Philippe Coutinho of Bayern Munich, Casemiro of Real Madrid and City’s Gabriel Jesus.
 
Also invited are Richarlison of Everton, Saolo Paulo’s Dani Alves and former Real Madrid defender Danilo.
 
This will be the second time the Eagles and Brazil will face each other, with the five-time World Cup winner, emerging 3-0 victors in their first meeting in 2003 on Abuja.

Brazil’s 23-man squad for Nigeria friendly:

Ederson (Man City)

Weverton (Palmeiras)
Santos (Athletico Paranense)

Daniel Alves (Sao Paulo)

Danilo (Juventus)
Alex Sandro (Juventus)
Renan Lodi (Atletico Madrid)

Thiago Silva (PSG)
Marquinhos (PSG)
Éder Militão (Real Madrid)
Rodrigo Caio (Flamengo)

Casemiro (Real Madrid)
Arthur (Barcelona)
Fabinho (Liverpool)
Matheus Henrique  (Gremio)
Coutinho (Bayern Munich)
Lucas Paquetá  (AC Milan)
Everton (Gremio)
Roberto Firmino (Liverpool)
 
Gabriel Barbosa (Flamengo)
Richarlison – (Everton)
 
Neymar Jr. (PSG)

Gabriel Jesus (Man City)  

 

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