A Neymar hat-trick inspired Brazil to a 5-0 win against South Africa.
Chelsea's Oscar and Man City's Fernandinho were also on the scoresheet.
The 22-year-old has now scored 30 goals in 47 internationals for Brazil - leaving him just two goals outside the country's all-time top-10 scorers.
The referee blows for the end of the match.
Second half kick-off
The referee gets the second half underway.
It is the end of the first-half.
A goal is scored by Emboaba Oscar. Siyanda Xulu comes on in place of Bongani Khumalo. A goal is scored by Junior Neymar. A goal is scored by Junior Neymar. Joe Paulo Paulinho leaves the field to be replaced by Luiz Gustavo. Givaldinho Hulk goes off and Nascimento Ramires comes on. Da Silva Willian on for Emboaba Oscar. Oupa Manyisa on for Tokelo Rantie. Daylon Claasen goes off and Dino Ndlovu comes on. Bongani Zungu joins the action as a substitute, replacing Andile Jali. Junior Marcelo goes off and da Silva Dani Alves comes on. Joao Alves Jo on for Guedes Fred. Ayanda Patosi is substituted for Bernard Parker. David Luiz leaves the field to be replaced by Bonfim Dante. Nascimento Ramires goes into the referee's book. A goal is scored by Luis Fernandinho. A goal is scored by Junior Neymar.
Blows his whistle to start the match.