Neymar and Coutinho egged by Brazil team-mates

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World champions Germany, seeking to equal Brazil's record of five World Cup wins, will land in Russian Federation on Tuesday, along with Gareth Southgate's youthful England side.

For Tite, however, fouling the opponents means his team has wasted a chance to win back possession of the ball and start a new attack.

As the atmosphere built before Thursday's curtain raiser between the hosts and Saudi Arabia, the French and Argentine players were put through their paces while Brazil took the day off.

In an interview with RT Sport, the Manchester United manager named Portugal, Brazil, Argentina and Germany as his World Cup semi-finalists.

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Brazil's World Cup squad took some time off from the serious business of training and practice to have a bit of fun at the expense of two of their stars.

"The concentration and competitiveness of the team was laudable", Brazil coach Tite told reporters. Brazil is in red-hot form after their wins over Germany and Croatia.

The Selecao superstar moved to 55 goals in 85 caps, equaling the record of 1994 World Cup victor Romario.

Tite said his team "can get a bit more effective but still have a week left to work on that".

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Soon after Neymer's goal, which was set up by Chelsea' Willian, Philippe Courinho scored another cracker, after a slick one-two with former Liverpool team-mate Roberto Firmino. However, he was a different player in Vienna and managed to score his 10th goal in 17 games for Brazil.

It is hard to imagine the Man City will not line up for the national anthems in Rostov-on-Don.

So, yeah, Neymar is definitely back. The PSG talisman was at his brilliant best as he toyed around with defenders before scoring the second goal for Brazil after Gabriel Jesus scored the opener. And Neymar, by the way, is only 26. Mourinho said as he agonized over who to pick as the World Cup winners.

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