Brazil showed the swagger of potential champions as they swatted aside South Korea 4-1 in their World Cup last-16 clash on Monday.
Vinicius Junior put the Selecao 1-0 up within seven minutes before Neymar, returning from an injury layoff, slotted home a penalty after 13 minutes as Brazil swept forward in wave after wave of attacks.
Richarlison and Lucas Paqueta added goals to put the South Americans 4-0 up at half-time.
The South Koreans showed fighting spirit in the second half and even managed to grab a 76th-minute goal through substitute Paik Seung-ho but they were completely outclassed on the night.
Brazil now face Croatia in the quarter-finals on Friday and, if they can get past Luka Modric and co – who beat Japan on penalties – there will be a semi-final showdown with either the Netherlands or South American rivals Argentina on December 13.
Player ratings from Brazil versus South Korea can be seen in the gallery above. To view the next image, just swipe.