Substitute Gabriel Jesus
scored a brace as Brazil
came from behind to beat Czech Republic 3-1 in a friendly.
Czech Republic took a surprise lead in the 37th minute courtesy of David Pavelka.
However, Brazil pulled level courtesy of Roberto Firmino in the 49th minute.
Manchester City striker Jesus then proceeded to score what proved in the 83rd minute before adding antoher goal late on.
This result will boost Brazil's confidence after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Panama last weekend.
Czech Republic, meanwhile, showed some significant signs of improvement following their 5-0 defeat to England but weren't able to take anything from the game.
More to follow...
Pavlenka; Coufal, Suchy, Celustka (Kudela 59), Novak (Gebre Selassie 46); Soucek, Pavelka (Kral 69); Masopust, Darida (Frydek 56), Zmrhal (Jankto 84); Schick (Vydra 53)
Koubek, Skoda, Kaderabek, Kolar, Kalas
Alisson; Danilo, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Alex Sandro; Casemiro; Richarlison (David Neres 63), Allan, Lucas Paqueta (Everton 46), Coutinho (Jesus 72); Firmino (Fabinho 87)
Arthur, Weverton, Fagner, Felipe Anderson, Alex Telles, Miranda, Militao, Ederson
Firmino 49, Jesus 83, 90