After his team beat Chile 1-0 to record their eighth-straight win since exiting the World Cup, Brazil coach Dunga said he thinks his side are determined to change their recent past.
Since Dunga has taken over the squad from Luiz Filipe Scolari for his second spell as manager, the Selecao have beaten the likes of Colombia, Argentina, France and...
Roberto Firmino came off the bench to score a second-half winner as Brazil beat South American rivals Chile 1-0 in a friendly at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium.
Neymar, Alexis Sanchez, Philippe Coutinho and Arturo Vidal were all on display in north London, but the game's biggest names could only show glimpses of their attacking best and it was left to substitute Firmino to find the decisive goal in the 73 minute.
Since last year's humiliating exit at their home World Cup, Brazil have now recorded eight...
LONDON -- Three thoughts on Brazil's 1-0 friendly win vs. Chile.
1. Firmino wins it for Brazil
Brazil's victory -- their eighth in a row since the World Cup -- was sealed by substitute Roberto Firmino, who collected a 73rd-minute through ball from right-back Danilo, before rounding Claudio Bravo and finishing coolly, to earn Dunga's side their eighth victory in eight games since their World Cup nightmare ended.
Firmino is a recent addition to the Brazil squad, one of the players ushering in a new...