World Cup 2014 host nation, Brazil continue to showcase their prowess ahead of the tournament's opening match as Luiz Felipe Scolari's men grabbed a comfortable friendly victory over Panama this midweek.
Keen on keeping their positive momentum going, Selecao immediately dominate proceedings since kick off and eventually got themselves in front after 27 minutes from Neymar's free kick.
The home team doubling their advantage five minutes before half time break through Dani Alves' strike, which gave his team a comfortable two goals lead going into the second period.
Brazil didn't slow down their pace in the second half as they kept on pouring forward and manage to snatch a third goal straight from the re-start through Hulk.
Scolari's men sealed their convincing victory with a fourth goal, which was netted by Willian on 73 minutes, finishing an assist from Maxwell.