The Guardian reports that Tite confirmed his departure from the Brazil national team after completing a full World Cup cycle.
"The cycle has ended, and I keep to my word," Tite said.
On the other hand, The Atlantic reports about Kylian Mbappé's exceptional talent, highlighting his achievements during the 2018 World Cup where he scored four goals in the tournament, including one in the final.
In his press conference, Tite reflected on his team's record, both against Croatia and in the tournament as a whole.
The Guardian describes it as "sober and largely emotionless," while The Atlantic doesn't mention it.
However, Tite was quick to acknowledge that there are other professionals who could replace him, emphasizing the need for continuity and growth.
Meanwhile, The Atlantic writes about Kylian Mbappé's remarkable performance during the 2018 World Cup, where he helped France win the tournament.
They describe him as a player like no other.
The article praises Mbappé's unique qualities, including his pace and ball control, which have made him a formidable player on and off the field.