Pakistan's star at Brazil 2014

The country doesn't have a team in Brazil but has co-produced the most important thing out in the middle: the football.

    It's the star of the show at the Brazil world cup. It's not a player, a stadium or even a fan.

    It's the one thing that football needs more than anything else.... a ball.

    And as Nicole Johnston reports, Pakistan doesn't have a team in Brazil, but its still a major player.

     

    Click here to view our long-form interactive on how the story of the football goes deeper & wider than the production line.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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