Brazil still able to fulfill the public hope on them as they advanced into the semi final stages of FIFA World Cup 2014 campaign after defeating Colombia in a thrilling encounter.
Eager to shut down all critics towards their current performance, Brazil put on an aggressive display since kick off.
Their early pressure was rewarded when Thiago Silva scored from a corner kick after only seven minutes of play.
Leading by a goal during the first 45 minutes, Selecao tried to keep their attacking shape going, but Colombia were also keen on getting back into that tie.
Brazil were the one that able to extend their lead though with a wonderful free kick from David Luiz on 69 minutes.
Jose Pekerman's boys refused to give up easily though as they kept on fighting hand and earned a deserved goal from James Rodrigues' spot kick 10 minutes from time.
Despite creating several chances during the last few minutes, Colombia failed to get an equalizing goal as Brazil holding on to their slender lead until the match ended.