The kit of future World Cup winners? Brazil launch strip for home World Cup
As the new strip is unveiled, Luiz Felipe Scolari says it's missing something
It is arguably the most iconic kit in sport, a combination of three colours that is synonymous with beauty, skill and success.
Those three colours are of course the yellow, blue and white that make up the strip of Brazil - the five time World Cup winners who next summer will be looking to win the tournament on home soil.
The strip will please purists, with a classic design chosen to adorn potential heroes Neymar, David Luiz and Oscar. However, there was one element that irked manager Luiz Felipe Scolari.
"The shirt looks great, the only thing missing is a sixth star," he said. "We aim to have that on there after the World Cup."
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