Soccer is ingrained in pretty much every aspect of Brazilian culture. Kids start playing "futebol" before they even learn how to read or write. The result of that cultural phenomenon is a huge number of professional players who eventually end up participating in World Cups and making millions on the side. Fusion Live's Pedro Andrade took a trip to his hometown of Rio de Janeiro to explore how children from the slums can turn the dream of becoming a star into a reality.

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