Regardless of the starting formation, Tite most often attacks in a 3-2-5 shape.
Against deeper back teams they do not hesitate to play very offensively.
It is worth noting that Tite usually lines up six players in defence (with one extra for short cover) and tries to give the team a numerical advantage in midfield.
With a high degree of mobility and interchangeability in positions, we get a very fluid structure that takes advantage of the situation on the pitch.
In the Brazilian national team the left defender usually plays very high up, while the right defender goes inside and positions himself slightly deeper. The right defender then forms a back three.
In attack the left winger often plays as a centre-forward and operates in the left foreground, while the right winger positions himself closer to the line on the right.
The centre-striker usually remains in his classic advanced forward role, with another centre-striker or central midfielder providing depth on the right half of the pitch.
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