Brazil swings in Paris

A rock-solid Brazil lashed out in the exhibition match against Tunisia on Tuesday. The Divine Canaries won 5-1, partly thanks to two goals by FC Barcelona striker Raphinha, and the game at the Parc des Princes in Paris was marred by racism.
Things went wrong when Richarlison made the 2-1 after just under twenty minutes. A banana was thrown from the stands. The Brazilian union quickly expressed its disgust via a short statement on Twitter. It was the only blemish on a lovely evening for Brazil, which swirled at times. Although Tunisia, which will soon also be present in Qatar, still reversed Raphinhas opening goal, Richarlison quickly put the five-time world champion back on the lead.

Lamentavelmente, após a ação, uma banana foi atirada no gramado em direção a Richarlison, autor do segundo gol brasileiro. A CBF reforça o sua posição de combate ao racismo e repudia qualquer manifestação preconcepituosa.
— CBF Futebol (@CBF_Futebol) September 27, 2022

Even before the break, the Brazilians moved further away. Neymar made it out of a penalty 3-1 and Raphinha signed for the 4-1, while Tunisia defender Dylan Bronn also received a red card after a hard charge against Neymar. In the second half, Brazil declined against ten opponents. As a substitute, Antony saw that Pedro provided the final chord.
The team of national coach Tite seems to be in shape for the World Cup. Brazil takes on Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon in the group phase.

Film the jogo! Com gols de Raphinha (2), Richarlison, Neymar e Pedro, a Seleção Brasileira venceu a Tunisia por 5 a 1. 📷: Lucas Figueiredo/CBF
— CBF Futebol (@CBF_Futebol) September 27, 2022