Football Soccer - Brazil v Argentina - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Mineirao stadium, Belo Horizonte, Brazil - 10/11/16 - Brazil's Neymar reacts. REUTERS/Cristiane Mattos FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES
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Barcelona superstar Neymar outshone club-mate Lionel Messi in Belo Horizonte -- the venue where Brazil were humiliated 7-1 by Germany in the 2014 World Cup semi-finals.Brazil have now won five straight qualifying games under new coach Tite, who took over after Dunga was sacked in June because of Brazil's failure to get out of the Copa America Centenario group stage.Brazil now have 24 points from 11 games, one clear of second-placed Uruguay who have 23 points.The Brazilians are six points clear of third-placed Colombia and seven points clear of Ecuador and Chile, who are level on 17 points after 11 games.Argentina languishing outside the qualifying places in sixth with 16 points. Elsewhere, Copa America Centenario champions Chile had captain and goalkeeper Claudio Bravo to thank for a hard-earned point in a 0-0 draw against Colombia in Barranquilla.
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