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- Result: Argentina 0-2 Brazil (Tardelli 2)
- Messi penalty saved by Jefferson
- Kaka makes first Brazil appearance in 19 months
- Nine Premier League players start match
- Friendly played in Beijing, China
So that's three games for Dunga in his second spell in charge of Brazil. Three games, three wins, four goals scored, no goals conceded. Crisis? What crisis?
Don't forget this match is the first of a busy day of football on the BBC Sport website.
Later on we will have a live text commentary from Scotland and Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifiers against Georgia and Gibraltar respectively (both kick-off at 17:00 BST), before our attention turns to Northern Ireland's match against Faroe Islands at 19:45 BST.
Both teams have one more match to play during this international break. Brazil play against Japan on Tuesday in Singapore (11:45 BST) with Argentina playing against Hong Kong (13:00 BST).
Sixteen shots from Argentina, but three quarters of them going off target. Some shooting practice might be needed in training for the World Cup runners-up.
And that's it. Brazil secure a 2-0 victory against bitter rivals Argentina in Beijing. Two goals from Diego Tardelli prove the difference, although Argentina, who started brightly, disappointed and offered little after Lionel Messi missed a penalty at the end of the first half.
Both goals conceded were poor defensively, but Brazil will have gained a much-needed confidence boost after their World Cup exploits.
A late chance for Lionel Messi to give the Chinese fans a chance to see his free-kick skills. The ball is central and 35 yards out. The effort is more powerful than his last attempt, but off target and narrowly goes wide.
More than 50,000 fans are in the Bird's Nest Stadium in Beijing. The game was brought to China in an attempt to boost football in the country.
The fans have certainly seen a passionate, exciting and hard-fought encounter between two of the sport's superpowers.
For all of his defensive flaws, David Luiz can certainly strike a free-kick. The Paris St-Germain defender blasts an effort at goal from 30 yards and Sergio Romero is very happy to be able to fall on to the ball to keep it out of the net.
Kaka, World Footballer of the Year in 2007 and part of the World Cup winning side of 2002 is back in action in a Brazil shirt for the first time since March 2013. The 32-year-old comes on in place of two-goal potential match-winner Diego Tardelli.
Those smiles nearly got wider. Neymar is played through and with Sergio Romero off his line, Neymar tries to lob the ball over the goalkeeper but the forward gets too much on it and the ball lands on the roof of the net.
Lionel Messi's free-kick is curled over the top of a jumping Brazilian wall and forces Jefferson to push the ball wide for a corner.
But the set piece is then wasted. Brazilian fans may never forget their 7-1 humbling by Germany, but at least their fans can have a smile on their face if the scoreline remains the same.
Diego Tardelli could have had a hat-trick. He closes down Sergio Romero and the goalkeeper fires his clearance against the 29-year-old striker, but, luckily for Romero, the ball rebounds over the crossbar.
Argentina enjoyed a fantastic 25 minutes, but have been second best since brazil went ahead midway through the first half.
However, Argentina have a free-kick in a dangerous position...
Some of you are less than impressed with Neymar making a lot of some pretty tasty challenges. He has been repeatedly fouled during the second half, but some people think he should toughen up.Stephen Cleaver: Brazil have just scored their second goal and during their celebrations Neymar went to ground and asked for a free kick, priceless.Jay: If Neymar was paid £1 for every roll on the ground, he'd be earning more than Ronaldo & Messi combined.
We haven't seen much of Lionel Messi since his penalty miss at the end of the first half. But he has a shot on target, although his 25-yard daisy-cutter is easily dealt with by Jefferson.
Brazil double their lead. And again it is horrible defending from Argentina. A corner from the left is aimed towards David Luiz at the near post, the ex-Chelsea man cannot get a touch to it and the ball falls to Diego Tardelli, who has peeled off his marker and is unmarked six yards out.
His powerful header is at Sergio Romero, but the Argentina goalkeeper can only palm the ball into the roof of his net. Brazil lead 2-0. Tardelli, who had failed to score in his previous seven international appearances, has both goals.
Barcelona manager Luis Enrique must be hiding behind a cushion watching this on television as every time Neymar gets the ball it always ends in a painful-looking cynical challenge. This time Manchester City's Martin Demichelis is the man responsible.
The ball is just outside the penalty area, not far from the left touchline. And Oscar nearly makes Argentina pay for their persistent fouling. His free-kick finds a way through, but Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero does well to parry the ball to safety.
Once again Neymar is fouled. A free-kick is then floated to the back post and it finds David Luiz. But the former Chelsea man chooses the wrong option. Instead of squaring the ball across the six-yard box, where three of his team-mates were waiting, Luiz goes for goal and fires wide.
A chance for Angel Di Maria to make it 1-1. He bursts through the Brazil back line but the ball gets stuck underneath his feet and that gives the Brazilian defence the opportunity to get back in time and take any power out of the shot.
Neymar will certainly know he has been in a game. Only three minutes after an early second-half reducer from Javier Mascherano, Federico Fernandez is the latest player to flatten the Barcelona front man.
Swansea's Fernandez, who was involved in the defensive mix-up that led to Brazil's goal is the next man to be cautioned.
Earlier on Saturday, Radamel Falcao, pictured above right, scored for Colombia as they beat El Salvador 3-0 in a friendly.
The Manchester United striker opened the scoring in the eighth minute, before Sevilla's Carlos Bacca grabbed a brace to complete the win.
In other games, West Ham's Enner Valenica struck late on to rescue a 1-1 draw for Ecuador against the United States, who had led through Mikkel Diskerud's early goal, while QPR's Eduardo Vargas scored twice as Chile beat Peru 3-0. Inter's Gary Medel grabbed the other goals for the hosts.
Get back in defence Filipe Luis. The Chelsea full-back finds himself in the centre-forward position after an intelligent through pass from Neymar. But Luis is no Brazilian number 10. He shoots wildly, loosely, miles over the top when clear with only the goalkeeper to beat.
He retreats back into defence looking a bit sheepish.
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Many players have felt Javier Mascherano's studs on their knee during the Argentine enforcer's career. Neymar is the latest to suffer as he is the victim of a poor challenge near the touchline. But the free-kick is wasted. Neymar is OK to continue and Mascherano is lucky to get away with that one.
Argentina dominated possession in the first half, had more shots and hit the target more than Brazil - yet still they trail.
Can they turn their possession into goals in the second 45 minutes? Let's find out...
The teams are back out on the pitch in Beijing. Can Argentina get themselves back into this one? Don't go anywhere. We will soon find out. Here we go. No changes from either side at half-time.
It is a big day of international football in the Euro 2016 qualifiers for Scotland, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland as they are all in action later on today.
We will have live text commentary for those games this afternoon.
So Brazil go in at half-time with the lead. Argentina made a bright start but could not capitalise on their possession with Angel Di Maria firing over from just outside the penalty area on two occasions.
Brazil went ahead against the run of play, with Diego Tardelli's well-controlled volley.
Argentina, who should have had an early penalty when Sergio Aguero was fouled, are awarded a late spot-kick but Lionel Messi's effort is saved by Brazilian goalkeeper Jefferson.
Arguably the best player in world football, but that's a pretty awful penalty. Lionel Messi's spot-kick is weak and not in the corner. It gives Jefferson a chance to be the hero and that's what he becomes.
The Brazil goalkeeper pushes the ball away, another chance then falls to Messi and he shoots wide, but the assistant's flag was up for the second opportunity anyway.
Angel Di Maria runs at the Brazil defence and is challenged by Brazil right-back Danilo. Penalty is given. It is harsh. Danilo got some of the ball and it looks a perfectly-timed tackle. Brazil are furious and Danilo ends up in the book. Lionel Messi to take the penalty...
Neymar is showing once again just how important he is to this Brazil side. He missed the 7-1 mauling by Germany through injury and he has been his team's star player once again.
Another fine piece of skill sees him go past two Argentina defenders but his shot on goal is blocked by Javier Mascherano.
A magical run from Neymar sees the Brazil forward ease through the Argentina defence. However, good goalkeeping from Sergio Romero keeps the score at 1-0.
The keeper stands up for as long as possible and Neymar tries to take the ball around him, but gets things wrong with the ball harmlessly dribbling out of play for a goal kick.
Brazil's number nine Diego Tardelli has been banging the goals in for his club Atletico Mineiro, boasting a total of 34 goals in 92 appearances for the Brazilian side.
He is off the mark now for his country.
Brazil take the lead against the run of play. And it is because of horrible, messy defending from Argentina. A ball is played into the Argentina penalty area from the right by Oscar and Pablo Zabaleta and Federico Fernandez get in each other's way.
Fernandez heads the ball out to Diego Tardelli and the Atletico Mineiro forward scores his first international goal with a well-struck volley past Sergio Romero.
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