"It's an unfamiliar situation", he said, while insisting the team "has enough experience to not go under with one defeat".
And here's how he reacted on Twitter, in trademark Federer style!
According to Opta, Neymar became the most fouled player in a World Cup game since England's Alan Shearer against Tunisia in 1998, the Selecao striker having been illegally halted by Switzerland 10 times throughout the game.
"We could have been more precise in our finishing".
"The Swiss were more balanced than at the 2014 World Cup, they put some pressure on us and we created chances but were not efficient", he said.
After missing a number of late chances to win the game, Brazil were forced to settle for a draw from their opening match of the tournament and Tite was disappointed with their finishing. However, Brazil paid for their failure to kill the game off when Steven Zuber powered home an equaliser from Xherdan Shaqiri's corner five minutes after the break. The second play you can interpret but the first one you can't discuss - the people responsible for that must work within fairness.
"Tomorrow we will recover a bit and then focus on the very hard match coming up against Serbia". We didn't deserve to end with a draw.
Favourites to lift the World Cup in July, Brazil got off to a disappointing start against Switzerland in Rostov-on-Don. In the first half we encountered some difficulties, we were not able to put into practice what we wanted, and we invited the opponent to be unsafe.
"I guess it was a foul", he said.
Tite's side will now face Costa Rica and Serbia to guarantee the top spot in the group, although ironically, after Germany's earlier loss, finishing first might mean playing the defending champions in the second round.
A criminal complaint said the driver in that case admitted to investigators that he traveled from Laredo to San Antonio . The passenger who was not ejected from the vehicle also was believed to be an American citizen, and in custody.
The full closure, which the Associated Press reports last took place in 2002, does not affect roads that cross through the forest. Images from the scene showed thick smoke pouring into the air and aerial firefighting resources trying to tamp down the blaze.
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It's been 13 years since we saw the latest mainline entry in the series, Kingdom Hearts 2, released on PlayStation 2 in 2005. We'll learn more about The Quiet Man in August, but like Babylon's Fall , it will launch on PS4 and PC.
The S&P 500 was off more than 1%. "If that is immediately eroded, it is nearly impossible to get back", Parker said. Chinese tourism to the United States may also suffer as tour operators reduce US-bound offerings.
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Countdown for Taliban ceasefire begins
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