Jun 17, 2014 at 8pm UK at ​Estadio Castelao, Fortaleza
Brazil
0-0
Mexico

Ramires (45'), Silva (79')
FT

Aguilar (59'), Juan Vazquez (62')

Bernard satisfied with Brazil draw with Mexico

Bernard satisfied with draw
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Brazil midfielder Bernard describes the team's goalless draw with Mexico as 'not a bad result'.

Brazil midfielder Bernard has described the team's 0-0 draw with Mexico at the World Cup as 'not a bad result'.

The hosts were held by the Mexicans on Tuesday as their bid to get out of Group A was dealt a minor blow.

However, Bernard believes that he and his teammates can be satisfied with taking a point from the game.

"What we made clear in the locker room is that the important thing is to win and the second is not to lose," the 21-year-old told O Globo. "We went into the game knowing that a draw would not be a bad result."

Brazil return to action on Monday when they play Cameroon.

Brazil's Jo celebrates his goal against Australia with teammate Bernard, during their friendly football match at the Mane Garrincha National stadium, in Brasilia, Brazil, on September 7, 2013
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