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 By Tim Vickery

Tite benefitting from Dunga's final good call as Brazil boss

ESPN FC's Brian McBride discusses Brazil's impressive play in their World Cup Qualifying matches.

If you want to appear tall, then the best way is to stand next to someone very short.

Two winning games into his reign, new Brazil coach Tite looms like a giant. Usually the man who chooses the Brazil team is the focus of constant criticism from his ever-demanding compatriots. For the moment, Tite is above all that -- but he did follow Dunga, whose nickname comes from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves," and who was sacked after his side failed to qualify from their group in the recent Copa Centenario.

Dunga...

Tite and Neymar impress, Paulinho returns: What we learned about Brazil

ESPN FC's Brian McBride discusses Brazil's impressive play in their World Cup Qualifying matches.

If the reaction in Brazil after Tuesday night's 2-1 win over Colombia in Manaus was subdued in comparison to the euphoria that marked the drubbing of Ecuador last week, by no means did it compare to the pessimistic tones of before.

After winning two games in a row for the first time on the road to Russia 2018, the Seleção has shown that not only can they negotiate safe passage to the next World Cup, preserving their 100 percent attendance record, but they can also come up with a side...

 By Tim Vickery

Brazil go second while Messi-less Argentina are well held by Venezuela

An Argentina side without Lionel Messi mounted a second-half comeback to earn a 2-2 draw against Venezuela.

With eight rounds completed, Uruguay are the leaders of South America's World Cup qualification campaign, a point clear of Brazil and Argentina.

There is a traditional look, then, to the qualification table, with the top three places taken by the sides who between them share nine World Cup wins.

But part of the story of a fascinating night's action went the other way, stressing just how tight and well balanced things have now become in a gripping campaign. Because this was the night when Argentina...

Gabriel Jesus remains grounded as hype in Brazil grows around him

ESPN FC's Ale Moreno discusses the impressive debut of Brazil's Gabriel Jesus and what his next steps are for his career.

Just as she does before every game, Vera Lucia texted her son last Thursday to wish him luck and check if he had drunk her "miraculous" banana and oat smoothie, which she swears by as a potion for avoiding cramps. And she surely did some stretches ahead of her postgame ritual, in which she kneels down and apologises to God on behalf of supporters, journalists and whoever else resorts to puns relating to the family's last name.

There are always a lot of them when her youngest child, Gabriel Jesus,...

 By Chris Wright

Neymar tackled by Brazil fans at open training session

With a big game against Colombia coming up midweek, the Brazil national team staged an open training session on Sunday to allow 15,000 fans to get a closer look at their heroes while they limbered up.

Unfortunately, several of the younger supporters in attendance took the invite far too literally by dodging past security and sprinting out onto the pitch toward the Brazilian players.

It didn't take long for them to home in on Neymar, who swiftly found himself swept up in the excitement as he was...

 By Tim Vickery

Bad blood between Brazil, Colombia defines challenging qualifying clash

There is little doubt about the standout game in Tuesday's eighth round of South America's marathon World Cup qualifying campaign: Brazil against Colombia in Manaus leaps out as a dramatic battle on the road to Russia.

Just a point separates the two sides. Colombia, third in the table, have 13 points, while Brazil have 12 in fifth. So it's tight and tense and, to adopt an old cliche so beloved by boxing writers, it seems these two teams just don't plain like each other.

There has been some bad blood...