Jun 23, 2014 at 9pm UK at ​Estadio Nacional Mane Garrincha, Brasilia
CameroonCameroon
1-4
Brazil
Matip (26')
Enoh (11'), Salli (75'), M'Bia (80')
FT(HT: 1-2)
Neymar (18', 34'), Fred (49'), Fernandinho (84')

Fred relieved at ending Brazil goal drought

Fred relieved at ending Brazil goal drought
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Fred expresses his relief at opening his goal-scoring account in Brazil's 4-1 win against Cameroon on Monday.

Brazil striker Fred has admitted his relief at getting off the mark at the World Cup in their 4-1 win against Cameroon on Monday.

The La Selecao marksman had endured a largely frustrating time at the tournament prior to his second-half header, and the forward told TV Globo that the lack of goals was something that had been playing on his mind.

He said: "This drought was bothering me, and the bad performances. But I think we all evolved, as a team.

"This evolution during the World Cup was a natural thing to expect. We needed this evolution, and to show that aggressiveness we've shown before in this World Cup.

"Three, four players fighting for the ball - that's the kind of attitude we need."

Meanwhile, Neymar claimed that the performance against the African outfit was Brazil's best of the World Cup so far.

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