Pay per Head: Dede’s first goal for Brazil was a “dream”

DedeDede said that his first goal for Brazil was a “dream” after he helped his country defeat Zambia 2-0 on Tuesday, and pay per head services saw a great performance by the Cruzeiro defender.

Pay per head services saw that after 66 minutes, the 25-year-old got on the scoresheet, heading home a Neymar free-kick, and doubling Brazil’s lead after a goal by Oscar seven minutes before.

The player said that that “it was a dream” to finally score his first goal for Brazil, and he was looking to make additional appearances under Luiz Felipe Scolari.

“I am very happy to score my first goal with the national team shirt,” he said.

“I had it in my head that this game was the biggest game of my life. To be part of the Selecao means a lot to a player. Moreover, the World Cup is fast-approaching. I am fully focused and very thankful for being here.

“I think I had a pretty solid game and even scored a goal. If I manage to keep it up then I think I can reach my goals. I’m relieved but I have to keep working every day in order to stay in the group.”

Brazil were able to win 10 of their last 11 games in all competitions, impressing pay per head services along the way, and Scolari praised his team’s development.

“I think if we were to observe the results and progress of the team, it was a great year,” he said.

“After those initial games where we were in search of tactical evolution and finding the parts to make this work, we had it all.”

Scolari also said that depending on the players’ club commitments in Brazil, the squads could have surprise inclusions for his next two friendly matches before the FIFA World Cup, and price per head services would like to see who will be included.

Contact us today and let us explain exactly how pay per head services work.

“Maybe I have to call one or another name that I have not imagined yet,” he said. “I’ll probably call one or two players who are not here.”