Brazil smelled blood in Uruguay and did not forgive him. Tite's team came out with everything to play the game and Neymar was in charge of silencing the criticism to the maximum because in the first one he had, he scored a total goal.
At minute 10, after a pass from Rapinha, Neymar dominated from the chest, threatened Muslera, who was scattered and defined before the run of Diego Godín to sign the 1-0.
With this goal, Neymar reaches 70 cries with Brazil and is seven from Pelé's record. It is worth remembering that Neymar was harshly criticized by the Brazilian press on the last qualifying date for showing some overweight and not having an acceptable level in his matches.
Brazil continues to win and nobody lowers it. If they win today against Uruguay, they would accumulate their 10th victory, in 11 games played, which is why they are widely leading the South American qualifiers for the World Cup. They are followed by Argentina, which is also undefeated. It should be noted that there is still no resolution for what happened on the date between the two, so their status is still null.