Richarlison and Coach Tite (AFP)
Brazil head coach Tite could not contain his dancing feet as he joined his players joyously in a huddle as his side demolished South Korea in the last 16 FIFA World Cup clash.
It took the South Americans just 36 minutes in the first-half to thrash in four goals courtesy of Vinicius Jnr, Neymar, Richarlison and Lucas Paqueta.
During Richarlison’s goal celebrations, coach Tite was not shy to whip out a few dance moves of his own as the all the players joined in on the fun.
The second half was more timid as the job was done but Korea got on the scoresheet through a wonderous Paik Seung-ho strike as the match ended 4-1 at Stadium 974 in Ras Abu Aboud, Doha.
Brazil return to action in the quarter-finals against Croatia, who beat Japan in a penalty shoot-out to set up the mouth-watering tie.
Kick-off will be at 17:00 on Friday, 9 December.
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