Brazil recall Tottenham Hotspur’s Lucas Moura for friendlies


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Brazil have called up Tottenham Hotspur forward Lucas Moura for their friendlies against Saudi Arabia and Argentina, national team co-ordinator Edu Gaspar said on Monday.

Moura, 26, last played for Brazil two years ago and has made only three substitute appearances for the five-times World Cup winners in five years.

The winger replaces Gremio forward Everton, who withdrew from the squad with a thigh strain.

Brazil play Saudi Arabia in Riyadh on Friday and travel to Jeddah to face Argentina four days later.

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