The five-time world champions took a deserved lead midway through the first half in the Group E game when Coutinho's irresistible long-distance shot cannoned in off the far post, but Tite's side, who had looked so impressive in the tournament build-up, did not build on their advantage. There was a lot of anxiety, too much pressure and it translated into our way of playing, we were not precise enough.
Brazil were unhappy that Zuber wasn't penalised for a slight push on Miranda for the equaliser and felt hard done by again when Jesus tumbled under a challenge from Manuel Akanji inside the area with Mexican referee Cesar Ramos unmoved.
"I can't coach a team who complains".
'Even if I am captain of Neymar, he'll do what he wants'.
"It's not up to me, there are three professionals working there", said Neymar, referring to the officials.
"Despite hobbling away after becoming the most fouled player at a World Cup in 20 years, Neymar's performance borderlined on a schoolboy level as he tore Brazil's tactics apart", The Independent's chief football writer Miguel Delaney wrote. "They have to do their job, and if they did not do it right, their problem".
"He will be 100 percent for the next game", said Lasmar.
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"I hope that people will take notice of us now and take us seriously, sometimes there's a lack of recognition towards us and that's a pity because we played very well".
"Playing against Brazil and Spain, we demonstrated we could react, that this team always believes in itself and can get results".
"I think the team has shown great determination and I'm very, very happy". We wanted a victory.
Brazil need to improve on dead balls, said Tite.
Group E action resumes Friday, June 22, with Brazil taking on Costa Rica at 8 a.m. ET and Serbia squaring off with Switzerland at 2 p.m. ET.
Switzerland's rough treatment did him no favours, though he can likely expect a similar reception against Costa Rica and Serbia, too.