Brazil v England in pictures

Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro, setting for England's friendly in Brazil and, more significantly, one of the host cities for the 2014 World Cup. Whatever the state of the country's preparations, there can be no disputing the beauty of the surroundings
Outside the Maracana
Much was made of the state of the Maracana stadium in Rio after the game against England was temporarily suspended on Thursday by a court order. There is clearly still plenty of work to be done to get the venue ready for the World Cup
Inside the Maracana
The inside of the stadium, however, looks in pretty good shape. This iconic football venue, revamped into a 76,935-seater facility, will be the jewel in the World Cup crown next year
England and Brazil fans
Reports of problems with the stadium certainly were not dampening spirits around the ground, as England supporters mix happily with their Brazilian counterparts
Brazil fans
That party mood swiftly switches to inside the stadium. England's visit is the first major international match to take place since the Maracana reopened in April
Brazil fan
And there is no lack of effort from the Brazil fans, who have gone all out to add colour to the occasion
Fans inside the Maracana
These are the kinds of scenes we'll be seeing in 12 months' time. But will the England flags be there when it comes to the World Cup?
Joe Hart saves from Neymar
On the pitch, Brazil dominate the early stages. England remain on level terms thanks to a string of fine Joe Hart saves, including this one from Neymar
Joe Hart saves from Filipe Luis
Joe Hart is England's central figure during the first half, this time saving at the feet of Filipe Luis
Frank Lampard
Is Neymar poised to be the major star of the 2014 World Cup? His class shines through during the first half as he tests Joe Hart time and again, but he cannot beat the England number one
Fred scores
England's resistance is finally broken as Fred reacts quickest to a shot coming back off the crossbar and he beats Joe Hart from close range. Brazil lead 1-0
Fred celebrates
That's a little slice of history for Fred, who becomes the first player to score in a full international since the Maracana reopened. Looks like he enjoyed it, too
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
But the lead does not last long, as substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain drills a fine low shot from the edge of the box to make it 1-1. Game on!
Wayne Rooney and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
Anything you can do, I can do better. Wayne Rooney puts England 2-1 ahead with a deflected 25-yard curler and celebrates with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, scorer of the first goal
Paulinho scores
England's lead does not last long, however, as Paulinho expertly volleys home to make it 2-2
David Luiz and Jack Rodwell embrace
And that's how it finishes at the Maracana, with England earning a draw despite being outclassed by their opponents for long periods