Tottenham striker Richarlison scored twice in the first half as Brazil easily defeated Ghana in a friendly.
The 25-year-old made two passes to Neymar and swept from outside the box into the bottom corner before meeting a free kick.
Due to the absence of Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli from Arsenal, the former Everton attacker led the line.
Center back for Paris Saint-Germain Brazil took the lead as Marquinhos nodded in a corner kick from Raphinha in the ninth minute.
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Allison, a goalkeeper for Liverpool, Thiago Silva, a defender for Chelsea, and Casemiro, a player for Manchester United, all received the start; Fabinho, a player for Liverpool, came off the bench.
In preparation for the World Cup in Qatar in November and December, when they compete for a record-extending sixth championship, Tite’s team plays Tunisia on Tuesday.
After that, they will compete against Serbia, Switzerland, and Cameroon in their group.
In other matches, Egypt defeated Niger 3-0 thanks to two goals from Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah, who also converted a penalty. Egypt did not make it to the World Cup.