Watch Richarlison hilariously MOVE baffled Fred as Man Utd ace sits in Neymar’s spot for Brazil World Cup 2022 squad pic

BRAZIL forward Richarlison physically MOVED teammate Fred after he sat in Neymar’s seat for a squad picture ahead of the World Cup.

The five-time world champions are heading to Qatar as the favourites to lift the trophy.

BRAZILRicharlison went over and dragged Fred up out of the seat[/caption]

BRAZILHe then walked the Man Utd man to the side[/caption]

BRAZILAnd he popped him down in a different spot to make way for Neymar[/caption]

Tite’s 26-man squad boasts a plethora of superstars led by Paris Saint-Germain‘s Neymar.

And it was Tottenham‘s Richarlison who reminded Manchester United midfielder Fred of the hierarchy among the players on the eve of the tournament.

As they prepared for a photo together, Fred sat down in the middle of the shot.

If he had stayed there, he would have been situated next to Brazil captain Marquinhos and Newcastle man Bruno Guimaraes.

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But Richarlison was having none of it and proceeded to move the 29-year-old.

He walked over to Fred and dragged him to the side, before sitting him down in a different spot in between Raphinha and Alex Telles.

It was a hilarious moment which caused a huge reaction on social media.

One person said: “ Poor Fred. Good to see players respect Neymar”.


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Another added: “I feel like Fred always gets bullied”.

And a third jokingly said: “Not like Fred to be out of position”.

Brazil kick off their World Cup campaign on Thursday when they take on Cameroon.

They have also been drawn alongside Switzerland and Serbia in Group G.

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No South American country has won the World Cup since Brazil last lifted the trophy back in 2002.

Over the past 20 years, Brazil’s best performance came on home turf in 2014 when they reached the semi-finals before being thumped 7-1 by eventual winners Germany.

Brazil are seeking a record-extending sixth World CupGetty

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