Brazil beat Bolivia and swept it five clean, at the opening of the two teams' journey in the South American qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.
The "samba dancers" team played the match with striking force, in the presence of Neymar, the French star of Paris Saint-Germain, Roberto Firmino, the Liverpool striker, and Philip Coutinho, the Barcelona midfielder.
The Brazilian Goals Festival began in the 16th minute, through Saint Germain defender Marquinhos, followed by Firmino half an hour after the start of the match.
The second half witnessed 3 goals for the home side, signed by Firmino (49), Jose Maria Carrasco, the Bolivian player, by error (66), and finally Coutinho (73).
On Thursday, South America opened the World Cup qualifiers, with Paraguay tying with Peru with two goals each, and Uruguay's 2-1 victory over Chile, while Argentina scored 3 difficult points from its home country Ecuador after a one-for-nothing victory, before Colombia beat Venezuela by three without Reply.
The top four in the 10-nation qualifiers will qualify for the World Cup finals in Qatar directly, while the fifth-placed player will play a supplement.