Result: Japan 0-4 Brazil

Santos striker Neymar scores two of Brazil's four goals against Japan in Poland.

Neymar scored twice as Brazil overcame the challenge of Japan 4-0 in Wroclaw this afternoon.

The deadlock was broken with 12 minutes played when Chelsea midfielder Oscar pulled the ball back for Paulinho, who was 25 yards from goal. The Corinthians midfielder took an instant shot that beat Eiji Kawashima in the Japan goal.

Brazil's lead was doubled in the 25th minute by Neymar, who struck his penalty straight down the middle of the goal after the referee had pointed to the spot for a handball offence.

The teenager added a third for the Yellows three minutes after the restart when he turned in a cross from Oscar.

Real Madrid midfielder Kaka rounded off the scoring with 14 minutes remaining. Hulk was the creator, picking out Kaka, who beat Maya Yoshida before finding the back of the net.

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