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Marta's message for the next generation


Marta drove a feisty exertion against France, however it wasn't exactly enough in a 2-1 rout in additional time that ricocheted her Brazil side from the Women's World Cup. Following the match, the 33-year-old star conveyed an ardent message to her nation's young players.
"It's needing more," Marta said in Portuguese during a post-coordinate meeting. "It's preparation more. It's dealing with yourself more. It's being prepared to play 90 in addition to 30 minutes."
"This is the thing that I ask of the young ladies," Marta proceeded, as she went to address a TV camera legitimately and reference a couple of veteran colleagues. "There won't be a Formiga until the end of time. There won't be a Marta until the end of time. There won't be a Cristiane. The ladies' down relies upon you to endure. So consider that. Worth it more. 

"Cry first and foremost so you can grin at last. 

A six-time FIFA player of the year, Marta (full name: Marta Vieira da Silva) is viewed as ostensibly the best female soccer player ever. She has not had the option to lead Brazil to a World Cup title yet has more than positively shaped the competition, having turned into its record-breaking driving scorer, among men or ladies, with an objective Tuesday against Italy, her seventeenth more than five World Cups.
Marta came into this portion, held in France, with a muscle strain, and she was slid without hesitation, sitting out Brazil's opening win over Jamaica before playing 45 minutes against Australia and after that 84 minutes against Italy, as her side progressed out of the gathering stage.
In a confrontation where Brazil gave the favored host country everything it could deal with, Marta gave greatest exertion over the full 120 minutes. She had been on the pitch for every one of the hour and a half of every one of the six matches wherein she contended this spring for the NWSL's Orlando Pride, and when inquired as to why she wasn't moderating more vitality in front of the World Cup, Marta said it was the main way she realize how to play.

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