BRAZIL’S champion Dani Alves dreams of winning the World Cup for the first time in Qatar to make history with the disappearance of his career.
Alves turned 39 on Friday but the Barcelona full-back has remained strong at the highest level.
The veteran has won amazing medals while playing for the club, helped his country win the Copa America twice, and captained Brazil at the Tokyo Olympics last year.
It has been 20 years since the Selecao last won the World Cup and Alves missed the 2018 tournament in Russia due to injury.
The Barca player says he has considered the outcome of the World Cup and hopes to achieve that goal this year.
He told Marca: “This is a question I have been asking myself since I started playing. After I won, what happened? The answer is always the same. We do not live for lips, we live for inheritance.
“However, not because of the legacy we leave to the people, but the legacy we leave to the people. This is the most important title I will ever win.
“Is winning the World Cup a dream? Of course, it is, but it is the same for all participating teams and for everyone who strives to improve every day.”
Brazil have been drawn in Group G with Serbia, Switzerland, and Cameroon in Qatar.