Leandro Damiao scored his first international goal as Brazil beat 10-man Ghana in an international friendly at Fulham's Craven Cottage.
Damiao ran on to a defence-splitting ball from Fernandinho and found the corner of the net from a tight angle.
It was one of the few highlights of a largely poor game in which
returned for his first international outing in nearly a year.
Ghana never threatened after Daniel Opare was sent off in the 32nd minute.
Leandro Damiao Factfile
Leandro Damiao da Silva dos Santos
- Date of birth:
22 July 1989
- Place of birth:
Jardim Alegre, Brazil
- Previous clubs:
Atletico Tubarao, Atletico Ibirama
- Current club:
Internacional, apps 43, goals 16
- National club:
Brazil, apps 3, goals 1
English referee Mike Dean handed out eight cards, one of them red after Opare was somewhat harshly shown a second yellow just after the half hour mark for clipping Lucio on the follow through.
Goalscorer Damiao, who Tottenham were interested in signing this summer, also finished off a brilliant passage of play started by the excellent Neymar but the linesman flagged the 22-year-old offside just after he had tapped the ball past Ghana goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey.
AC Milan star Pato then came off the bench and saw a well-timed header superbly tipped over.
Brazil boss Mario Menezes' recall of Ronaldinho, making his first appearance in 10 months, also paid off as the 31-year-old offered glimpses of brilliance and came close to scoring with an outstanding free-kick just before full-time.
The result eases the pressure on Menezes, who came under fire for his team's quarter-final
exit from the Copa America