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Brazilian football legend Kaka sat down with the official website of FIFA, world football's governing body, to talk about Brazil and their World Cup hopes in Qatar, Paris Saint Germain (PSG) star KylianMbappe and Manchester United attacker Cristiano Ronaldo. Kaka spoke with the FIFA just before the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament at the start of last month.

Five-time champions Brazil are one of the favourites to win the World Cup tournament in Qatar later in the year. Kaka is certain that his beloved Brazil have what it takes to win a sixth World Cup titlewhen hostilities begin in Qatar in a matter of months. Brazil can extend their record over the likes of Germany and Italy if they win the tournament in Qatar at the end of the year. The Brazilians have won the World Cup tournament five times, while the Germans and the Italians have won it four times each.

On a potential sixth World Cup title, Kaka said thatsupporting cast members such as Ajax Amsterdam winger Antony, Leeds United star Raphinha, Real Madrid attacker Vinicius Junior and many more can help Neymar to achieve it. Kaka is certain that the younger members of the Brazil squad would be very important if the Selecao are to go all the way to win the World Cup tournament on Qatari soil.
Kaka was just 20 when he helped Brazil win their last World Cup title at the 2002 edition in South Korea and Japan. On Mbappe, he said that it's difficult to stay motivated when one has won the World Cup title at a young age just like the PSG attacker. Mbappe scored in the final as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup title for a second time.
On Ronaldo who was a former teammate at Real Madrid, Kaka wished he could play on for three more World Cup tournaments.