Brazil's Willian, left, is taken down by Chile's Marcelo Diaz during a 2018 Russia World Cup qualifying soccer match in Santiago, Chile, Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)
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Brazil must secure three points against Venezuela next week to kick-start their World Cup qualifying campaign but will not radically change their team despite a 2-0 opening-day defeat by Chile, coach Dunga said.Thursday night's game between the Copa America champions and the five-time World Cup winners was fairly even until Eduardo Vargas opened the scoring for the home side in the 72nd minute.It was Chile's first win over Brazil in the World Cup qualifiers since 2000 .Dunga, however, said he would not totally reshuffle his side ahead of Tuesday's encounter with Venezuela in Fortaleza.Brazil's defeat and Argentina's surprising 2-0 loss at home to Ecuador suggest the qualifying competition could be more open than at any time previously.
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