Where are they now? Brazil’s XI that won the 2002 World Cup

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On June 21, 2002, England were famously beaten 2-1 by Brazil in the quarter-finals of the World Cup.

England actually took the lead in Shizuoka through Michael Owen, but they could not hold on and were eventually pegged back by a slick Rivaldo goal and Ronaldinho’s famous free-kick which caught out David Seaman.

Brazil went on to defeat Turkey and Germany on their way to lifting the trophy, and we’ve revisited their XI to see what they went on to achieve.

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