Brazil's coach Dunga smiles after the first round Copa America 2015 soccer match against Venezuela at Estadio Monumental David Arellano in Santiago, Chile, June 21, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno
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Dunga shrugged off comparisons with that encounter and said he could not change the past."Paraguay showed their strength against Argentina in their first match," Dunga added.The coach said he was pleased with the way his side had played against Venezuela despite the absence of striker Neymar, who has been suspended for the rest of the tournament for his role in a fracas at the end of Brazil's second group game against Colombia.Dunga fielded Robinho in Neymar's place and, for much of the game, the Brazilians played with a fluidity they had lacked against Colombia.
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