Sun News Desk: Rafinha-Neymar left the field with a great 5-1 victory in the FIFA friendly match against Tunisia. Seleção won seven matches in a row with this. When Muntasar Talbi equalized 1-1 in the 18th minute of the match, Neymar-Rafiniad must have felt such anger! Its proof was found in the performance of Brazil in the first half. Brazil scored 3 more goals in the next 27 minutes.

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This time, Brazil beat Ghana 3-0 in the first match of the FIFA international break. The five-time world champions finished their preparations for the World Cup with their seventh consecutive victory over Tunisia in Tuesday night’s match. However, Tit’s team is undefeated for 15 consecutive matches.

Rafinha scored a brace in Brazil’s win over Tunisia. Richarlison, who was named on the scoresheet twice in the previous match, also scored a goal in this match. Neymar Jr. and Pedro wrote their names in the other two goals. Tunisia’s only goal scorer is Montasir Talbi.

Brazil scored four goals in the first half of the match at home in Paris Saint Germain, France. Later they scored another goal in the second half to secure a big 5-1 win. In the whole match, however, Selecao kept 10 shots on target. But in the remaining five, there was no goal.

Rafinha gave the team the lead in the 11th minute of the match. Real Madrid defender Casemiro advanced the ball high from the midfield. Barcelona star Rafinha sent it into the net with a leaping header. Casemiro-Rafinha should give the message of staying together for the country even though they are eternal rivals in the club.

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However, Brazil could not maintain this lead for long. In the 18th minute of the match, Talbi equalized the scoreline by heading a free-kick to his teammate. However, it did not take time for Neymar to move forward again. After a minute, Richarlison took the pass from Rafinha and put the team ahead again.

Within ten minutes, Brazil got a golden opportunity to score again. The Tunisian defender pulled Casemiro from behind in the D-box. The referee blows the penalty whistle. Neymar scored a successful spot kick. This is his 75th goal for the national team.

Rafinha made the scoreline 4-1 in the 40th minute before the break. A further blow for Tunisia, who had conceded four goals in the first half, was Dylan Bronn’s red card in the 42nd minute. However, Richarlison also saw a yellow card in the fight.

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Tunisia had to play with ten men for the entire second half. However, Brazil could not make use of that opportunity. They managed to score only one goal in the second half. Pedro came on as a substitute in the 74th minute of the match and scored the team’s fifth and last goal.

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