Brazil crush Chile as Vinicius Jr scores first goal for the Selecao

Vinicius Jnr celebrated a return to the Maracana stadium on Thursday with his first international goal for and a starring performance in their 4-0 thrashing of Chile.

The 21-year-old wide man played for Flamengo before sealing a transfer to and he excelled at his former home, taking advantage of a neat dummy to slot an angled shot past Claudio Bravo on the stroke of half-time.

The goal was wedged between penalties by Neymar and and followed in stoppage time by a fourth goal from substitute Richarlison. 

Brazil thumped Chile 4-0 to maintain their unbeaten start to World Cup qualifying

Brazil thumped Chile 4-0 to maintain their unbeaten start to World Cup qualifying  

Vinicius Jr netted his first ever goal for his country after 12 caps to round off a superb display

Vinicius Jr netted his first ever goal for his country after 12 caps to round off a superb display

Neymar had netted from the spot just moments earlier to set the Selecao on their way

Neymar had netted from the spot just moments earlier to set the Selecao on their way

Aston Villa's Philippe Coutinho also stepped up to score a penalty to give Brazil a third goal

Aston Villa’s Philippe Coutinho also stepped up to score a penalty to give Brazil a third goal 

‘At the Maracana with my family, there was nowhere better to score my first international goal,’ he said. ‘I’m very happy.’

Sports news website Globoesporte said the player bought more than 100 tickets for 온라인슬롯추천 friends and family.

‘It’s our last game in Brazil before the World Cup and we are going to thank the fans,’ he added. ‘Now we have to keep working hard and doing the right things to ensure we win the title at the end of the year.’

Everton's Richarlison fired in the fourth of the night to add gloss to the scoreline

Everton’s Richarlison fired in the fourth of the night to add gloss to the scoreline 

Tite's men are hoping to continue their unbeaten run in their final qualifier against Bolivia

Tite’s men are hoping to continue their unbeaten run in their final qualifier against Bolivia 

The victory was Brazil’s seventh in seven home qualifiers against Chile, who must now beat the already qualified Uruguay in their final match next Tuesday to have any hope of landing a World Cup play-off spot.

It continues Brazil’s unbeaten run under boss Tite in qualifying, having already sealed their spot in Qatar.

The win over Chile was their 13th win over the qualifying stage, drawing the other three games – with one final game against Bolivia to come next week.  

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