A Neymar double was followed by further strikes from Fred and Fernandinho as Brazil booked a Round of 16 meeting with Chile courtesy of a 4-1 victory over Cameroon in their 100th FIFA World Cup fixture.
"We’re making progress day by day, game by game, despite running into a few difficulties and ups and downs. Maybe we tried to hurry things a bit too much early on, we need to show more calm and composure," Luiz Felipe Scolari, Brazil coach.
STICK WITH USIt's been another incredible matchday at the 2014 World Cup, we've got our first two confirmed games for the Round of 16 and we've seen more goals on a matchday than on any other so far (14). Sit back, relax and #joinin as we digest the day's actionon our dailytournament blog and get the reaction from the final two games of the day: Croatia-Mexico and Cameroon-Brazil.
ROUND OF 16 Cameroon and Croatia are heading home but Brazil and Mexico advance to face their respective Group B opponents this weekend. Brazil will play Chile in Belo Horizonte on Saturday, while Netherlands meet Mexico in Fortaleza on Sunday.
FULL TIME: The hosts have won Group A, and they will face Chile in the Round of 16 after Mexico's 3-1 win over Croatia. Neymar's first-half double, followed up by Fred and Fernandinho efforts in the second half, saw Scolari's side to a comfortable victory. Cameroon had levelled to silence the Brasilia crowd, butNeymar's second eased the tension in the Estadio Nacional.
90'+NKOULOU (Cameroon) sees an effort go off target.