AL RAYYAN, Qatar : Serbia coach Dragan Stojkovic dismissed rumours of Brazil spying on their training sessions using a drone, saying on Wednesday the South American superpower would gain nothing from filming their workouts.Brazil and Serbia have been training at the Al Arabi SC training facilities in Doha, with both teams' bases situated on either side of the road."I don't believe they watched us, who are we for them to watch us?
They are a football superpower," Stojkovic said ahead of their Group G opener at the Lusail Stadium on Thursday."I think it's misinformation.
And even if it was a drone, I don't know what they would have seen, nothing special," he joked.World Cup favourites Brazil have an array of attacking talent at their disposal but Stojkovic said that they would not shy away from the challenge of taking on the five-time champions.Brazil coach Tite has stacked his squad with nine forwards led by Neymar, who can overtake Pele as the country's all-time top scorer if he scores three more goals to add to his tally of 75."Will four strikers play against Serbia?
Then we are done... But will anyone play in defence?" Stojkovic said."Brazil are a great team, one of the best in the world.Read more on channelnewsasia.com