The Brazilian soccer team have their sights set on Olympic gold. And in true samba football tradition, they are led from the front.
When Mano Menezes was appointed as Brazil's national team coach, his mandate was clear—to win, and win in style, restoring attacking flair to a side many felt had become overly defensive under previous boss Dunga.
The jury is still out on Menezes. His tactic of marrying a solid back line with a fluid, creative strikeforce has yielded fairly lopsided results so far this Olympics, Brazil scoring 12 goals but leaking five—to Egypt, Belarus and Honduras.
So while the Brazilian defence still clearly has some work to do, the attack certainly seems to be coming together. But with such a wealth of talent—Neymar, Hulk, Pato and Damiao—how do Brazil's strikers rank?