According to The Guardian, the Brazil manager, who previously claimed that his side was 'afraid', has decided to seek professional help for his players in a bid to address what some Brazilian sources have called 'emotional fragility'.
When asked about the emotional state of the team, midfielder Fernandinho told reporters: "The emotions are becoming stronger. Crying reflects this.
"But I believe we will be better prepared for these situations after a game like [the one we had against Chile]. Things will become normal."
Brazil take on Colombia tomorrow in Fortaleza.