Brazilian striker Ronaldo believes his side have nothing to fear when they face England in Friday’s quarter-final clash.
Echoing the senntiments of team-mate Marcos, who said the Brazil’s reserves would beat England, the in-form striker claimed: “We don’t need to be worried.”
“England must be careful. Our team is just as powerful, if not stronger.”
The Internazionale striker has scored in each of Brazil’s gamesto date and he now believes that he has fully recovered from the knee injury which sidelined him for the majority of the past four years.
“My fitness is at the same level as the rest of the group. Now I’m training to stay in good shape. I’m not ready to just play 90 minutes. I’m in good enough condition to play 120.
“Every moment at this World Cup is real happiness for me.”