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Austria - Brazil
International friendlies - 10 June 2018
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Brazil conclude their World Cup warm-ups with a polished performance. Gabriel Jesus, Neymar and Coutinho were all on the score-sheet as Tite's side eased to victory over Austria.
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Just the one minute will be added on at the end of a one-sided match.
The game is rather petering out as the final whistle nears. It has been a productive afternoon for this free-flowing, exciting and simply brilliant Brazil team.
Arnautovic, who has been totally anonymous in the second period, tries a shot from 25 yards and goes agonisingly close to a consolation goal as his fierce effort strikes the side-netting.
Neymar's productive afternoon comes to an end as he is replaced by Douglas Costa for the final seven minutes remaining in normal time.
Taison feeds Neymar whose flick releases Firmino for a certain goal... but no, Lindner makes a great stop!
Alisson is called into action for the first time this afternoon! The Roma goalkeeper has to be alert to tip over Hierlander's venomous, dipping shot over the bar. Finally something for the home supporters to cheer about.
And that is Coutinho's last contribution: he is replaced by Taison. Tite must be delighted with the strength in depth in his squad.
Coutinho with a beautiful shot from distance, but his curler cannons off the woodwork.
Austria's defence is exposed down the left once more as Paulinho is picked out in acres of space but his cross is poor.
Seemingly in response to the third goal Austria make a change in defence: Dragovic goes off for Kevin Danso.
GOAAAAALLLLL! Austria 0-3 Brazil
The World Cup favourites extend their lead further through Coutinho. He is released down the left by his former Liverpool team mate Firmino, races towards goal and curls it into the far corner.
Considering how badly Germany struggled against Austria, this is a really impressive performance from Tite's charges.
And here comes more trouble for the hosts: Roberto Firmino is replacing Jesus.
Brazil are really finding their groove now - and they should have their third. A beautiful passage of play sees Paulinho through on goal but he shoots straight at Lindner.
Neymar received a booking for lifting his shirt over his head in celebration.
GOOOOAAAALLLL! Austria 0-2 Brazil
A wonderful goal from Neymar. He latches onto Willian's clipped pass, takes a touch, dances past a defender before sliding the ball beyond Lindner and into the bottom corner.
Brazil sub: Fernandinho replaces Casemiro in that defensive midfield role.
Burgstaller, almost straight into the action, times his run too early and is flagged offside. He was through on goal.
And now Schlager makes way for Guido Burgstaller.
That is Schopf's last contribution to the match as he is replaced by Stefan Hierländer - the first substitution of the afternoon.
And now Schopf - already on a yellow card - clatters into Coutinho, prompting an angry reaction from his team mate Neymar who is furious with the challenge.
Neymar is on the receiving end of a late tackle - and not for the first time this afternoon. Prodl goes into the book but Tite must be concerned by the treatment his talisman is receiving.
Willian surges forward and goes it alone, driving to the by-line before trying to pick out a team mate in the middle but his cross is cut out by Dragovic - good defending from the hosts.
But the delivery is poor and Brazil clear quite comfortably.
Casemiro commits a foul, handing Austria a free-kick in a dangerous area. Alaba will swing it in...
Brazil get the second period underway. Remarkably, neither side made any changes in personnel at the interval which is unusual in a friendly. I guess it shows how seriously both sides are taking the game.
The referee signals the end of the first-half with Brazil leading by a goal to nil, courtesy of Gabriel Jesus' 36th-minute strike.
Tite's side have played some good football and deserve their advantage.
A beautiful pass from deep by Dragovic picks out the run of Arnautovic but the West Ham forward's touch is heavy and Alisson is off his line quickly to collect.
Lovely play from Coutinho as he drives forward, skipping away past two defenders before clipping the ball in to Jesus, but he barges a defender over to concede the free-kick.
It has a good, entertaining match thus far. Brazil have been the better side but Austria have threatened as well.
Marcelo slips a pass through to Jesus but he's not strong enough for Prodl who uses his shoulder to hold off the Man City forward and the ball runs through to the goalkeeper.
The first yellow card of the afternoon is issued to Schopf for a foul on Neymar,
Looking back at the replay and Jesus looks like he was in an offside position when he received the ball.
GOOOAAAALLLL! Austria 0-1 BRAZIL
Marcelo's shot from distance is deflected into the path of Jesus who slots the ball into the far corner - a poacher's finish!
It's his 10th goal in 17 international appearances.
Neymar appears to be fouled inside the penalty area but play continues and the loose ball falls to Paulinho whose shot from point-blank range is brilliantly saved by Lindner!
Silva wriggles free to meet Neymar's corner delivery at the near post but he can't guide his header on target.
Careless defending by Austria as Marcelo nips in and steals the ball back at the by-line but he can't take advantage of the mistake as his cross is straight to a red shirt.
Paulinho's low cross into the six-yard box is dangerous but Prodl is first to react as he hoofs it clear.
Patient build-up play from Austria as they work the ball wide to Alaba, but this time the Bayern defender's cross isn't as tempting.
Alaba's delivery is beautiful but Brazil manage to hack his in-swinger clear.
Arnautovic goes down under a hefty challenge by Casemiro and now Austria have a free-kick in a dangerous area, on the left flank.
A couple of step-overs from Coutinho creates space for a shot 25-yards out and Linder has to be at full-stretch to push it behind for a corner!
Intelligent play from Lainer to pick out Arnautovic inside the box! But the big forward doesn't connect properly with his half-volley and he drags it wide.
An encouraging move from Austria almost opens up the Brazil defence as Alaba's devilish cross is crucially intercepted by Silva who made the slightest touch to divert the ball away from Arnautovic.
The hosts win their first corner of the game, which Alisson punches to the edge of the box. Schopf, who has scored in Austria' last two games, tries a first-time shot but fails to find the target.
Neymar slips as he shoots, taking any venom out of his 20-yard effort and Linder makes a comfortable save.
Brazil continue to knock the ball around confidently but they have yet to cause the hosts any real problems. There are signs Tite's side are beginning to find their groove though.
Coutinho wins possession for Brazil in a dangerous area before threading a through-ball into the feet of Jesus who goes down under a challenge very easily. He wants a penalty, the referee waves play on.
But how long can Austria keep the visitors out for? Possession players such as Neymar, Coutinho, Willian and Gabriel Jesus, Brazil have such an outstanding attack.
Austria are pressing their opponents and closing the likes of Coutinho and Neymar down quickly. The early signs suggest Brazil are not going to have an easy afternoon in Vienna.
Arnautovic, strongly linked with a move to Manchester United, mis-times his run and is caught by Brazil's offside-trap.
Ooooh, Casemiro really caught that one. He is lined up for a shot by Marcelo and blasts it at the side netting from around 25 yards out.
Lainer with a perfectly timed challenge to stop Coutinho in his tracks. The tackles are flying in, there is certainly no 'friendly'-feel about this contest.
Thankfully Neymar is back on his feet and looks more than OK to continue, proceeding on a mazy run before losing the ball.
Neymar goes down holding his ankle after a challenge from Baumgartlinger, sparking concern amongst his Brazilian team mates.
Austria on the attack in the early stages as Alaba's cross smashes into the face of Silva (ouch!), winning the European side a corner.
- 1st Half
Austria get the game underway.
It's time for the national anthems and then we are all set for kick-off!
Brazil have lost only one game out of 20 since Tite was appointed in June 2016 and the manager has this week had to deny speculation linking him to the current vacancy at Real Madrid.
Brazil have been in fine form in the build-up to the World Cup and must be considered one of the favourites to go all of the way in the competition.
Austria didn't qualify but were impressive in their 2-1 victory over Germany last weekend.
This should be a decent test for Tete's side.
Gabriel Jesus gets the nod in attack, with Roberto Firmino left on the bench.
New Manchester United signing Fred isn't in the matchday squad due to injury but it is believed Brazil are hopeful he will be fit in time for the nation's opening game against Switzerland next Sunday.
The PSG star came off the bench in Brazil's 2-0 win over Croatia last weekend but makes his first start in three months this afternoon.
The 26-year-old registered on the score-sheet in the Anfield victory and will be hoping for another impressive showing ahead of the World Cup.
AUSTRIA TEAM NEWS
Starting XI: Linder, Dragovic, Hinteregger, Arnautovic, Alaba, Baumgartlinger, Prodl, Schopf, Grillitsch, Lainer, Schlager.
BRAZIL TEAM NEWS
Starting XI: Alisson; Danilo, Silva, Miranda, Marcelo; Paulinho, Casemiro, Coutinho; Willian, Gabriel Jesus, Neymar.
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