scored twice as breezed past with a comfortable 3-0 victory in a friendly in Le Havre, on Friday.
Brazil’s first-half performance gave fans plenty of reason to be excited by a young team heading into the World Cup when they will bid for a record-extending sixth title.
They dominated Ghana from the start with an aggressive pressing game featuring attacking players Vinicius Jr.,, Richarlison and , who delivered two assists.
opened the scoring after nine minutes with a bullet header from a corner by Raphinha.
Richarlison extended the lead 19 minutes later with a pin-point first-time strike from the edge of the area into the bottom left corner.
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Theforward added the third five minutes before halftime with a clever header from a free kick by Neymar.
“I hope that Brazilian fans believe in me more because here in the national team I score a lot,” Richarlison said. “I’m wearing jersey number nine and every time I wear it I’m scoring a goal. I come here, and I do my work quietly.”
With victory assured and heavy rain falling in Normandy, the five-times world champions eased off in the second half as manager Tite sent on several substitutes.
almost scored the fourth in the 75th minute from a cross from after a fine combination between the West Ham midfielder and Neymar.
The Paris St Germain forward played the whole 90 minutes as an attacking midfielder.
Neymar almost scored a brilliant goal in the 80th minute after sprinting past three defenders but sent his shot just wide and he lashed a stunning long-range strike past the post.
Brazil playin Paris on Tuesday, their last game before their World Cup Group G opener against on Nov. 24.