Brazil's soccer coach Dunga, right, watches his team during a training session, Monday, Oct. 13, 2014 in Singapore. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)
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Brazil coach Dunga denied Monday insinuating drug use in the Argentina camp, after he was filmed pinching his nose and pointing at the rival bench during the weekend win in Beijing.Dunga, questioned over the incident during Brazil's trip to Singapore, said he was referring to severe pollution in the Chinese capital, which gave players blocked noses. Saturday's "Superclasico" friendly was anything but, as a fired-up Brazil won 2-0 to restore pride against their fierce rivals following a poor World Cup campaign on home soil. Media interpreted Dunga's repeated gesture as a "cocaine nose," implying drug use.Dunga is looking for a fourth straight win since taking over, following Brazil's humiliating World Cup exit, when they were beaten 7-1 by Germany in the semifinals.
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