Brazil 3-1 Japan: Neymar and Gabriel Jesus bag

The South Americans went three goals ahead within the first-half of the match, courtesy of a Neymar penalty, a Marcelo strike and a tap-in from Manchester City's forward Gabriel Jesus.

Brazil overcame Japan in Lille on Friday afternoon after a blistering start from Tite's side.The South Americans went three goals ahead within the first-half of the match, courtesy of a Neymar penalty, a Marcelo strike and a tap-in from Manchester City's forward Gabriel Jesus. Japan did bag one in the second period through Tomoaki Makino.There was also an element of controversy after the opening penalty of the match, which Neymar converted, was given through the video assistant following a se...