where do brazil rank among the best in world ronaldinho after copa america win? espn fc

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    ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno shares his thoughts on the state of Brazil following their 2-1 win vs. Peru in the 2019 Copa America final. Moreno says the current Brazil team needs to be viewed differently than Brazilian teams of the past that dominated with superstars like Ronaldo, Ronaldinho and Rivaldo, but says head coach Tite worked his tactical magic throughout the tournament as players like Gremio's Everton, Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus and Liverpool's Roberto Firmino were put in positions to shine on South America's biggest stage. Moreno also believes that a fully fit Neymar could take this Brazil team back to the top of the FIFA world rankings.

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