Brazil opened its World Cup qualifying campaign with a 2-0 loss to Chile, but its coach, Dunga
, rejected suggestions for an overhaul of the team before its next
game at home against Venezuela. "It's very difficult for a coach to talk about changes after a 2-0 defeat," he said. "It's not always necessary to change everything after a loss. It was an equal game
in the first half, we had some good chances before Chile's first goal. Football is like that. We had four or five counterattacks that could have been killers, but we didn't make the right choices."
Dunga then tipped his hat to Chile, the South American champion. "Everyone knows Chile are a difficult team to play against," he said. "We knew we would face pressure."
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