Brazil will have one less fan at the Lusail stadium when they make their debut this Thursday (24th) against Serbia in the 2022 World Cup: Bruna Biancardi🇧🇷 Neymar’s ex-girlfriend even passed through the host country of the World Cup about two weeks ago, but is now in the Maldives. And it was from there that the influencer shared a photo in a green and yellow swimsuit during the tour.
In one of the photos, Bruna appears on her back with her feet in sand that seems to be artificial. The influencer and Neymar broke up in August after about a year of relationship, and the reason for the breakup can be found here. In nine hours, Bruna’s publication had already yielded more than 195 thousand likes.
And, of course, the forward for the national team and Brazil’s opening game at the World Cup were topics in the comments. “Make the boy Ney score a goal, please”, asked a follower. “That’s how Ney loses concentration”, shot a second. “You want to drive the guy crazy, you’re kidding,” wrote a third.
“Then you end up with Neymar’s psychology”, completed a quarter. “Neymar has to win the sixth at least, because losing her and the sixth too, then it will be too much…”, added another one citing the fight for the sixth star after the World Cups in 1958, 62, 70, 94 and 2002.
“Go to Qatar, my daughter,” cried another. “Boy Ney needs your support” and “I thought I was in Qatar” were other comments left for Bruna Biancardi, who didn’t skimp on ostentation when passing through the host country of the World Cup.
Neymar hinted at favorite teams for the 2022 World Cup
Amid rumors of reconciliation with Bruna and a pinprick from Paulo Gustavo’s mother, the main name of the Selection opined in respect for the favorites to lift the cup on December 18th. “The World Cup is a box of surprises. There are teams that are not so well believed, but that end up going very far. But I believe that the favorites are Argentina, Germany, Spain and France,” he said.
“I think these four, along with Brazil, are fully capable of reaching the final,” he added. In the first round, Argentines and Germans lost to Saudi Arabia and Japan (both 2-1), while the Spaniards thrashed Costa Rica (7-0) and the French beat Australia (4-1).