They believed that “something had to be done, not just for the monarchy but also for their grandchildren.”
Even though Queen Elizabeth liked to “stretch out the olive branch for so long,” this nevertheless happened. By the time it was through, she was “decided to sever the marital Gordian knot.”
After their talisman hurt his ankle in the FIFA World Cup victory over Serbia, Brazil was concerned about Neymar’s health on Friday.
In the second half of Brazil’s 2-0 victory over Qatar on Thursday, the striker was hurt in a collision with Nikola Milenkovic.
With around 10 minutes left, shortly after Richarlison had given Brazil a 2-0 lead, the 30-year-old Paris Saint-Germain player sought to continue but was replaced.
After the game in Doha, Neymar was observed hobbling heavily, and images revealed swelling on his right ankle.
He declined to talk to reporters as he exited the stadium, but instead, he shared a humorous message on Twitter without mentioning his injuries.
“Tough game, but winning was crucial,” he remarked. Team, congratulations! First step completed; six more to go.
Rodrigo Lasmar, the team physician, stated that it was too soon to draw any conclusions. To get a better assessment, Lasmar stated, “We need to wait 24 to 48 hours.”
“We don’t have any appointments for MRI (scans), and we’ll get a new evaluation tomorrow. We must wait before commenting on his development; otherwise, we would be considered premature,” he continued.
Prior to their last Group G match against Cameroon on Monday, they will play Switzerland.
In order to help Brazil compete for a record-extending sixth World Cup victory, coach Tite was certain that Neymar would return.
Neymar will definitely participate at the World Cup, according to Tite, who also noted that the reason the attacker initially remained on the field after suffering an ankle injury was “because the team needed him.”
Prior to finding their mojo against Serbia, Brazil failed to establish themselves in the first half.
Soon after the hour mark, Richarlison scored from close range and added to the advantage with an impressive finish.
Record of Pele
Neymar is the next in a long line of outstanding Brazilian number 10s, and he only needs two goals to match Pele’s 77-goal total for the country of South America.
Raphinha, Richarlison, and Vinicius Junior are just a few of Brazil’s strong attacking players, and they were able to use Rodrygo and Gabriel Jesus against Serbia off the bench.
Neymar, who is participating in his third and perhaps final World Cup, is the star and the engine of the group.
However, the Brazilian’s career has been marred by injuries, which prevented him from competing in his previous two World Cups.
He broke a bone in his back during the quarterfinal victory over Colombia in 2014, and the hosts were humiliated by Germany in the semifinals, dropping that game 7-1.
He rushed to recover from his injury in time for the tournament in Russia four years later, but Brazil never reached the heights that were anticipated before falling to Belgium in the round of eight.
Due to ruptured ligaments in his right ankle, the former Barcelona player, who has 122 caps for Brazil, also missed the 2019 Copa America.
Due to left ankle ligament damage in 2021, Neymar missed around 10 weeks of the French season.
He had a great start to the season with PSG, scoring 15 goals in 20 games, and this time, he showed up in Qatar in top form.
It might just be a scare that his most recent problem was. However, a country will hold its breath till we know more.