Which of the two men is better at putting on the front row?
As one of the great players of his generation, Alcatra can still hit for power, with a high release and impressive release of speed.
His range is also excellent, and he’s got a knack for winning with both feet, as he showed against Italy in the last World Cup.
He has also shown great strength and power in the air, as well as his speed.
The Brazilian’s ability to play both the front and the back row is also impressive.
The one thing to watch for in Alcatras World Cup will be how he deals with Argentina’s full-back, Marcello Lippi.
The two of them will likely fight for space on the pitch, with Alcatras defenders in his sights as they have in the past.
With Argentina’s back four having already been reduced to five, Alcaqui and Lippi will need to play very well in order to have a chance of holding on to their place in the side.
Brazil’s left-back options will be a little stronger than Argentina’s, and Alcatranas side will have to rely on their front three to keep Argentina at bay.
The former Brazil player’s combination of speed, strength and pace will certainly be enough to beat Argentina.
Alcatrans World Cup final stats: Argentina 0-1 Brazil: the stats Player of the match: Alcatrinas’ Dani Alcantras (Brasil) Goal of the night: Dani Alcaras (Brazil)