Brazil is unarguably the best and mainstream footballing country ever, the yellow and blue pullover worn by the national group of Brazil is immediately unmistakable anyplace on the planet. The Samba young men have delivered notorious players throughout the years, with a ton of their legends considered among the best ever.

The assaulting and skillful nature of the normal Brazilian implies that more consideration and accentuation is set on their assault disapproved of players, for example Ronaldo, Zico, Romario, Pele, and Ronaldinho and seldom are the cautious players talked about.

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Football is a group activity and in spite of the majority of their assaulting splendor, a great deal of defenders have contributed monstrously to Brazil’s prosperity throughout the years.

In this article, Allsportspk presents seven of the greatest Brazilian defenders of all time.

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#7 Lucio


Renowned for his extreme handling, no nonsense style of protecting, Lucio was outstanding amongst other safeguards in his age and was exceptionally successful at winning back ownership in one on one circumstances.

Despite the fact that principally a middle back, his certainty and method in ball circulation implied he was some of the time conveyed as a cautious midfielder. His tallness influenced him to exceed expectations noticeable all around and he was proficient at both shielding and assaulting set pieces.

He picked up unmistakable quality in his local Brazil with Internacional where he won the 2000 Bola De Prata as one of the two best focus moves in the association.

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He moved to Europe in January 2001, marking for Bayer Leverkusen in the German Bundesliga and had an ambivalent first full season with the club in 2002 as despite the fact that he performed exceptionally well on an individual dimension, his club challenged for and lost three titles over the course of about three weeks; discarding a noteworthy lead over Dortmund in the class by losing two of their last three matches to complete second, losing the DFP Pokal last 4-2 to Schalke 04 and completing as sprinters up in the 2002 Champions League last in a 2-1 annihilation to Real Madrid (where Lucio scored a thirteenth moment header).

He exchanged to Germany’s greatest club Bayern Munich in 2004 and burned through five exceedingly effective years at the club, winning three Bundesliga titles, three DFB Pokals and two DPB Liga-Pokals. With a year left on his Munich contract, in 2009 Lucio joined then Italian victors Inter Milan overseen by Jose Mourinho.

Banding together Walter Samuel in the focal point of safeguard, Lucio entombed Milan make history by turning into the principal Italian group to win a treble of Serie A, Coppa Italia and Champions League.

His effective situating and brilliant shielding were vital to Inter winning the Champions League following 45 years as Mourinho sent ultra-guarded strategies particularly in the semi-final ties against Barcelona and Lucio demonstrated the imperative commitment over the two legs for Inter to advance. His endeavors that season prompted him being incorporated into the FIFPRO XI for 2010.

He exchanged to Italian group holders Juventus, and in spite of the fact that he was at first a starter, Lucio later lost his place in a back three to Chiellini, Barzagli and Bonnucci. He exited Juventus in 2012 and came back to Brazil.

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With his national group, Lucio was similarly as effective, winning 100 caps somewhere in the range of 2000 and 2011 and was an instrumental piece of the squad that won Brazil its fifth world title in 2002, being one of three players to play every one of the 603 minutes (nearby Cafu and goalkeeper Marcos) on the way their triumph. He was likewise triumphant in the 2005 Confederations Cup.

He set a World Cup record for a protector by going 386 continuous minutes without a foul in the 2006 World Cup before Brazil’s quarterfinal misfortune to France. After the retirement of Cafu, Lucio was named Brazil’s chief in 2006 and skippered his nation to triumph in the 2009 Confederations Cup where he scored a header in the last against the United States.

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