How twitter reacted to Brazil blowing France away in friendly

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Dunga’s new-look Samba Boys took another giant stride out from the shadow of World Cup ignominy by dismissing France 3-1 in a Paris friendly and in the second half, frankly, it was just like watching Brazil.

The boys in yellow are heading to north London next to face Chile in another friendly, where they are 4/5 to beat Alexis Sanchez and co, who went down 2-0 to Iran in a shock result on the same night.

Here’s how the twitterati purred in appreciation after Neymar and co bounced back from a goal down to sweep Les Bleus aside in a second-half blitz:

Alongside rampant Chelsea teammate Willian, Oscar was pivotal in instigating
the fightback

The highlights videos and vines were quick to appear too

Luiz Gustavo’s leap sealed the deal for Dunga’s charges

The Guardian’s Brazilian correspondent Fernando Duarte is pleased
with his team’s performance without going overly wild

French football journalist Julien Laurens is particularly pleased with the
performance of Manchester United target Danilo

David Luiz may not have been present in the squad, but this Brazil fan was in
the Stade de France stands in his honour

He didn’t get on to the pitch, but Arsenal’s new centre-back Gabriel Paulista was
clearly delighted to be involved

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Christian Crowther

Give Christian a sport with anything remotely spherical in it and he’ll happily while away the hours watching it on the box. However, he’d much prefer writing about, playing or betting on golf, football, cricket, tennis, snooker.... you get the picture.