Pay per Head: Luiz believes that he’ll have no problems being Brazil’s captain

David LuizDavid Luiz, Brazil vice-captain who is very famous with pay per head services, believes that he will have no difficulty in leading Brazil to their FIFA World Cup semi-final clash against the Germans.

On Tuesday, the World Cup hosts will face Germany in Belo Horizonte – in a match that is eagerly anticipated by price per head services – hoping to secure a place in Sunday’s match in Rio de Janeiro.

But pay per head services can see that Luiz Felipe Scolari’s players will have to play without Neymar, who suffered a cracked vertebra in Brazil’s 2-1 quarter-final win over Colombia last Friday.

Captain Thiago Silva is also set to miss the meeting due to suspension after the player picked up his second caution of the tournament in their match against Colombia, even though Brazil decided to appeal the decision to ban the player, and pay per head services know that many fans out there hope to see their captain back.

But pay per head services learned that if that process proves to be fruitless for Scolari, David Luiz – who scored an impressive free-kick in the quarter-final – is ready to wear the captain’s armband.

“I’m ready,” said the Paris Saint-Germain man. “I’m vice-captain and this group is very easy to handle because everyone’s very down to earth.

“It won’t be a tough job at all.”

But the 27-year-old believes that three-time winners Germany, who will compete in their fourth straight World Cup semi-final, will give the hosts a very difficult test.

“They are a great team with a great philosophy of how to play football,” David Luiz added.

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“They have a lot of great players, a great coach and it will be a great game.”

Fans all over the world believe that Brazil will have a very tough task ahead of them, yet many believe that they’ll prevail despite the problems that hit the squad. Developments on Brazil’s national squad will be very closely followed by pay per head services.

UPDATE: As we all know, Brazil did not prevail and was annihilated by Germany 7-1, so pay per head services wonder what Luiz might now be thinking about his captaincy role.