BRASILIA -- It's pretty straightforward. Don't screw up.And, by that, we mean: win it all.All 197 million Brazilians (OK, maybe a few million less; maybe those under 1 year old haven't yet been made privy to the national pain) know what happened in 1950. That was the last time Brazil hosted the World Cup, the time they steamrollered through the tournament into the final group of four. They beat Sweden 7-1, won 6-1 against Spain then had what looked to be a cakewalk against Uruguay, a match where a draw would have sufficed.
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