Brazil vs Senegal
1:00pm Thursday 10th October
Singapore National Stadium
Brazil drew 1-1 at a friendly in Singapore as their winless streak extended to several games, the longest as coach Tite took over in 2016 with Senegal.
It was a special occasion for Neymar, that became the seventh man to win 100 caps for Brazil, however he was unable to match the achievement with a win against a more Senegal side.
Liverpools Roberto Firmino started the scoring for Brazil after eight minutes when he cracked the ball and ran on to a pass.
Senegal levelled on the stroke of half-time with a punishment from the Famara Diedhiou of Bristol City after Marquinhos attracted down the Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane of Firmino.
Both sides had chances to a winner and Senegal will rue missing an opportunity to win against the world champions.
Africa staff paired a full-strength Brazil throughout, if he hit the place with five minutes 25, and Mane almost grabbed a winner.
The draw comes three months after Tite follows a months 2-2 draw with Colombia and 1-0 defeat to Peru and led Brazil to the Copa America name.