FT: Brazil 1-0 Uruguay. It's all over and Neymar's penalty is enough to give Brazil the win. Uruguay will feel hard done by, especially after being the better team in the second half, bit the referee made the right call.
- 2nd Half
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- 1st Half
Brazil - Uruguay
International friendlies - 16 November 2018
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Two added minutes.
The delivery isn't great, Rodriguez heads it the wrong way and Richarlison is able to launch a short-lived Brazil counter-attack.
Uruguay win a late free-kick near the Brazil area thanks to a handball. It's wide and Luis Suarez will take.
Cavani tracks back and fouls Neymar, who makes the most of it and gets his PSG colleague booked. Cavani flashes him the dirtiest of looks soon after.
- OffMatías VecinoUruguay
- OnFederico ValverdeUruguay
Valverde joins the fray.
Neymar cuts inside and picks out Richarlison with a delicious cross but the Everton man can't finish it off and misses a sitter. Laxalt was putting him under pressure but he really should have scored.
- OffMathias SuárezUruguay
- OnMauricio LemosUruguay
The impressive Mathias Suarez is injured and replaced by Lemos.
- Yellow cardMartín CáceresUruguay
Luis Suarez is writhing on the floor, having collided with Walace's elbow without the Brazilian being aware of the contact, and for complaining about that Caceres picks up a booking.
That is Neymar's 60th Brazil goal and he is now just two behind Ronaldo.
Rodriguez is on for Pereiro in Uruguay's first change. They had been dominating th second half until the penalty, can they bounce back?
- Goal by penaltyNeymarBrazil
GOAL! Brazil 1-0 Uruguay. Neymar stutters in his run-up, sees the goalkeeper is going to dive to his right and slides the ball into the other corner. A cool penalty and Brazil lead.
PENALTY! Laxalt goes to clear a bouncing ball but instead catches Danilo with a wild swing of his right leg and, eventually, the referee points to the spot.
A really nice Uruguay counter-attack works the ball wide to Cavani and it;s two-on-two. Luis Suarez is his man in the middle and he tries to find him, only for Miranda to make a crucial interception.
Debutant Mendez reads the play well to make a great intercption and is then fouled by Firmino to release what little pressure Brazil were starting to build.
Danilo slips in Allan down the right and he clips in a cross that is headed clear.
More resolute Uruguayan defending stops a dangerous counter-attack.
Costa makes way for Richarlison.
There's a pause in play to allow Torreira to be receive some treatment. He'll be okay.
Neymar shoots left-footed from a tight angle and Campana makes the save easily enough but spills the ball and only just recovers it before Costa can get to the rebound.
Allan's first touch is to play a one-two with Neymar, who ends up slightly isolated and unable to retain possession. He wanted a free-kick.
- OffRenato AugustoBrazil
Allan comes on for his debut, replacing Augusto.
Neymar and Firmino combine for the first time since the break but are still unable to open up the Uruguay defence.
Laxalt is lucky to escape without a booking after pulling down Costa, who had beaten him. Neymar can't clear the first man with the resulting free-kick.
The team in blue have started this second half much better and are causing Brazil problems with their increased pressing.
Luis Suarez curls the free-kick around the wall but not past Alisson, who is down to his left to tip the ball behind.
Sloppy Brazil passing leads to a Uruguay chance and although Pereiro shoots wide, Miranda catches him just after he pulls the trigger to give Uruguay a free-kick on the edge of the box.
Not for the first time, Uruguay send a free-kick from around the halfway line towards the Brazil box but can't fashion a chance doing so.
We're back underway.
HT: Brazil 0-0 Uruguay. Neymar has been good and there have been plenty of bookings but sadly no goals. Brazil firmly on top.
Luis Suarez picks out Cavani with a gorgeous cross towards the far post, however Cavani scuffs his volley and Alisson is able to save.
Uruguay pump another free-kick into the box and Cavani makes a nice run to lose his marker, but can't find the target with his header.
Guess what? Another booking. This time for Luis after he comes through the back of Luis Suarez.
- Yellow cardMatías VecinoUruguay
And now Vecino is booked for bringing down Neymar, who rolls around a little but is soon on his feet.
Costa is booked for stopping a Uruguay attack, but they don at least get a free-kick, which sails just past Pereiro at the back post.
Neymar glides past Mathias Suarez and crosses for Firmino, who can't apply the finishing touch.
- Yellow cardMathias SuárezUruguay
Mathias Suarez carries the ball out from the back and overruns it slightly. In trying to win it back he dives into a tackle and picks up a yellow card, perhaps harshly.
Costa's in-swinging corner has real pace on it and Walace gets his head on the ball six yards from goal, but doesn't make enough contact to hit the target.
Walace has a go from range and wins a corner.
Danilo stands up a cross towards the back post and Bentancur makes a vital interjection to head the ball away. Luis slices a shot wide soon after.
Uruguay pump a free-kick into the box and Cavani is caught offside as Brazil hold a high line.
Neymar straight away has the crowd purring once again after his quick feet get him out of a jam, but truth be told he's actually moving away from goal near the halfway line.
- Yellow cardLucas TorreiraUruguay
Arsenal's Torreira is booked on home turf for a foul on Neymar, whose feet were just too quick for him.
Alisson is called into action again from the corner, this time making an easy save.
A loose pass from Danilo presents the ball to Luis Suarez, who turns in an instant and unleashes a curling shot that Alisson needs to tip over the bar.
Another ambitious pass from Neymar doesn't quite come off. The Uruguayans haven't got close to him so far.
Neymar looks for Firmino with a dinked through ball, however the Liverpool man whiffs when trying to volley goalwards.
Neymar lashes a shot over from range, but he's been central to all of Brazil's attacking play so far and willing to drop deep.
Neymar tries to fool the defenders with eyes and pick out Costa with a cross-field pass but Laxalt wasn't hoodwinked.
Some one-touch Brazilian passing looks to have broken down but instead the ball breaks for Luis on the left, who crosses for Neymar to tap in. The PSG man, however, is offside and the goal doesn't stand.
Campana soon after claims a Brazil corner with ease. That passage of play will have helped settle any nerves.
Neymar chooses to shoot from the dead-ball situation and fizzes a low shot towards the near post, where Campana beats the ball away.
A step-over and drop of the shoulder gets Neymar away from Bentancur and the Uruguay man then brings him down, handing Brazil a free-kick 35 yards from goal.
Brazil dominating possession early on.
Before kick-off there is a moment's silence to remember Aldyr Schlee, than who designed Brazil's iconic kit, who passed away at the age of 83 yesterday.
Judging by the anthems, the north London crowd is heavily favouring Brazil. Craig Pawson is tonight's referee.
Time for the anthems.
The teams are in the tunnel and have been for some time. Hopefully they'll make their way onto the pitch before long.
One last note on Uruguay's back five. Three of them play their club football in South America and the pair that play for Italian clubs, Martin Caceres and Diego Laxalt, have made only seven league starts between them this campaign. They could be in for a long night, but equally, what an opportunity to show what they can do.
Brazil have lost only one of their last 20 matches - the World Cup quarter-final against Belgium - and won 15.
One man to desperate to come off the Brazil bench tonight will be Allan. The Napoli midfielder has never played for his country before. He's joined among the substitutes by five English-based players; Ederson, Willian, Fabinho, Richarlison and Gabriel Jesus.
Warm-ups well underway.
Luis Suarez captains Uruguay tonight. He's scored six goals in his last six games and bagged a brace when he last represented his national team.
Looks like the Brazilian mascot has settled into its new surroundings pretty well.
By contrast, Uruguay have lost two of their three matches since the big tournament, with Japan and South Korea getting the better of them last month.
Brazil have won all four of their games since the World Cup, scoring 10 goals and conceding none.
And here's the Brzail team. The main area of debate was who would play alongside Arthur in midfield, given Philipe Coutinho and Casemiro are both injured. It's Walace and Renato Augusto who get the knod.
Brazil: Alisson, Danilo, Marquinhos, Miranda, Luis, Arthur, Walace, Augusto, Costa, Firmino, Neymar.
Brazil's team has yet to be announced - it seems the squad were late arriving at the stadium - so we'll start with their opponents, who name an untested defence due to injuries. The front line is as strong as ever though.
Uruguay: Campana, M. Suarez, Mendez, Caceres, Laxalt, Torreira, Bentancur, Vecino, Pereiro, L. Suarez, Cavani.
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