Neymar and Alex Sandro scored for Brazil as they beat Peru 4-0 on Thursday night to maintain a perfect start to their 2021 Copa America campaign in Group B.
The hosts started the match at a leisurely pace, but went ahead in the 12th minute when Gabriel Jesus made a clever pass back to Alex Sandro and he smashed his shot past Peru keeper Pedro Gallese.
Brazil had the better of the chances, but Peru actually had more of the possession with neither team scoring for the remainder of the half as the Selecao took a 1-0 lead into break.
Tite made a pair of changes at half-time, bringing Richarlison and Everton Ribeiro on for Gabriel Barbosa and Everton, respectively.
Neymar, who was largely anonymous in the opening 60 minutes, looked to have won a penalty just after the hour mark, but after a VAR check the referee rightly overturned the decision.