Brazil complain to Federation Internationale de Football Association over non-use of VAR technology

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The five-time champions were held to a 1-1 draw by Switzerland on Sunday, a few hours after four-time champion Germany was beaten by Mexico 1-0. "Sometimes if there is a lack of recognition that is a pity because we have played very well".

The first 10 minutes at Rostov Arena featured both teams feeling each other out with Brazil venturing forward a bit more.

And here's how he reacted on Twitter, in trademark Federer style!

Neymar left Brazil training on Tuesday after just 15 minutes with a right ankle injury that the team doctor said is related to a foul he suffered against Switzerland and not his recently broken right foot.

"Until we scored the goal there was a lot of pressure. It's not up to us players.", he said.

Tite's start-studded 11, which included Chelsea' Willian in a front three alongside Gabriel Jesus and Neymar, struggled to click throughout the game, against a hard-working Swiss side. Zuber thumped home a header from Xherdan Shaqiri's corner with the Brazilians calling for a free-kick for a push on Miranda.

"No, I am not happy with the result". If he interpreted that it wasn't a penalty, life is like that.

The Brazilian Football Confederation is questioning Fifa about the procedures used for video review during Brazil's match against Switzerland at the World Cup. They got a draw with Brazil at the World Cup: That's something you try to grab by any means necessary.

"In the first half we encountered some difficulties, we were not able to put into practice what we wanted, and we invited the opponent to be unsafe", he said. "We knew this game wasn't going to be easy".

Earlier on Sunday, another Group E match, Serbia against Costa Rica, was played in Samara.

Phillipe Coutinho opened scoring for the South Americans from long range, before Steven Zubar equalized five minutes after the break.