Brazil managed a convincing win this Tuesday night (10.09) in a friendly against Portugal, held at the Gillette Stadium in Boston (United States). After conceding first, Luiz Felipe Scolari’s team managed to come back and won the match 3-1, with Thiago Silva, Neymar and Jo getting on the scoresheet - Raul Meireles scored for Portugal. The match was not a walk in the park like the Australia game last Saturday - which Brazil won 6-0 -, with some violent fouls and five players being booked.
Brazil's next match will be against South Korea in Seoul on 12 October. Three days later they play Zambia in Beijing (China). Next time Portugal is in action is on 11 October, when they play Israel in a World Cup qualifier.