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All or Nothing: Brazil National Team

The series follows the newly crowned champions of the 2019 Copa América tournament, the Brazilian football team, in a behind-the-scenes multi-part exclusive.
Season 1 - All or Nothing: Brazil National Team
2020-01-31
"The team has finally found its identity and is now ready for victory on the biggest stage of all. However, Brazilian fans remain skeptical as to whether this group has what it takes to go all the way. With a squad full of weary bodies, Brazil heads to football's biggest temple, the Maracanã stadium in Rio de Janeiro, to face a reinvigorated Peru in the final. Can Tite's team finally win back the hearts of its fans with a title?"
2020-01-31
"Surviving a climate of negativity and a tight quarter-final win has toughened Brazilian National Team's skin and brought the team together. But now they must defeat their oldest rival and the greatest player on earth if they want to reach the Copa America final, in an exciting match in Minas Gerais."
2020-01-31
"The team remains focused ahead of a must-win final group game against Peru in São Paulo. After a missed penalty raises doubts in the mind of the star Gabriel Jesus, we travel through his heartening life journey, and sit through a nerve-wracking penalty shoot-out against Paraguay in the quarter-finals where Gabriel must tackle his demons and take the decisive kick."
2020-01-31
"After losing Neymar Jr. to injury, questions are posed as to how the Brazilian National Team will cope without its talisman. Chelsea forward Willian is called up to fill the gap but an indifferent São Paulo crowd boos and disheartens the team in their unconvincing opening win against Bolivia. They then head north to Bahia, the country's spiritual heartland, to play against a scrappy Venezuela."
2020-01-31
"The CBF's technical and medical staff work diligently to prepare the players for South America's biggest football tournament, the Copa America. Their most recognizable player, the striker Neymar Jr., struggles under the weight of problems on and off the pitch, while a critical press and fanbase doubt the team has what it takes to win."