Like draw against Nigeria, 1-1, this Sunday (13) in a friendly in Singapore, the Brazilian team completed the fourth game without victory.
The team led by Tite, who had a very bad first half and improved in the second, when he scored his goal (Casemiro), bitter one of the worst strings in the history of the national writer.
Since 2003/2004, when the team led by Carlos Alberto Parreira went five games without a win, the team does not record such a bad series.
Then, in 226 matches played, three unbeaten games were the worst, once in 2007, again in 2013.
In these five unsuccessful matches in late 2003 and early 2004, however, Brazil did not lose either.
There were five draws, three for the 2006 World Cup qualifiers (Peru, 1-1; Uruguay, 3-3; Paraguay, 0-0), and two friendlies (Ireland and France, both 0-0).
Now, the team, always in friendlies, tied three times (before Nigeria, 2 to 2 with Colombia and 1 to 1 with Senegal) and lost one (Peru, 1 to 0).
Coach Tite observes Brazil x Nigeria; back in the seat with ice on his leg, Neymar, replaced early in the match after feeling muscle discomfort (Pedro Martins – 13.out.2019 / MoWA Press)
The largest fast of victories in Brazil occurred in 1990/1991. Eight matches, one with the participation of Skin.
After being eliminated from the Italian World Cup, with a 1-0 loss to Argentina (goal by Caniggia), under the baton of Sebastião Lazaroni, the team took seven more games to rediscover the victory.
Lost from Spain (3-0 friendly match), tied twice with Chile 0-0 (Friendship Trophy matches), lost from a match from the rest of the world (2-1 friendly match that celebrated Pelé's 50th birthday) , who was on the field), tied with Mexico (0-0, friendly), tied with Paraguay (1 to 1, friendly) and tied with Argentina (3 to 3, friendly).
The coach of Brazil at the time was Paulo Roberto Falcão.
Tite's team will try to break the negative series against Argentina in a friendly scheduled for November 15 in Saudi Arabia.