The Pentacampeões Brazil qualified to the knockout stage on top of Group A, with a convincing win in their 100th World Cup game over Cameroon, in their third and final group match. Goals by Neymar, Fred and Fernandinho lighted up the beautiful Estadio Nacional of Brasilia, that was filled with Seleção supporters who will now follow their beloved team to the Mineirão stadium in Belo Horizonte on July 28, when they face Group B's second placed team and South American rivals Chile.
Neymar's forcefulness was the driving force behind the Brazilian attack, has now put the Verde-Amarelha on the path to a 6th World Cup title.
It was a complicated first half, with both squads hammering the field with everything they had. Despite the fact that Cameroon was already eliminated from competition, the African nation showed great determination and spirit as they looked to bow out this World Cup with an unlikely win.