Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Neymar gets goal, yellow card for diving as Brazil…

Neymar gets goal, yellow card for diving as Brazil…

Richarlison has told Spanish newspaper AS that to join Real Madrid or Barcelona would be "the dream" but remains insistent that he is happy at Everton after joining the club this summer.

Everton star Richarlison showed few signs of rustiness on his debut for Brazil by scoring twice against El Salvador.

But speaking after the game, he revealed nearly never made it to the big stage.

Paris Saint-Germain superstar Neymar and FC Barcelona playmaker Philippe Coutinho were on target in Brazil's 5-0 win in an global friendly, while a Lionel Messi-less Argentina were held to a scoreless draw on Wednesday morning.

In an interview with AS, the 21-year-old gave an insight into his humble upbringing in Brazil, and said: "I had to live in my uncle's house because it was closer to where I trained and I didn't have money for the bus".

"Now, we celebrate and then get back to my club and keep working hard".

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Richarlison earned a second-minute penalty, albeit harshly on El Salvador as Roberto Dominguez appeared to get a foot on the ball, before captain Neymar converted.

Their attacking play was particularly pleasing for Tite, whose side next go up against Saudi Arabia on October 12 before facing rivals Argentina in a friendly in Jeddah four days later.

Both sides used stand-in coaches for the game, with Jose Pekerman resigning as Colombia boss last week and Argentina still to replace Jorge Sampaoli, who left his post after the World Cup.

'I think we did what we set out to do, ' interim coach Lionel Scaloni said.

Philippe Coutinho and Marquinhos also found the net as Brazil coasted to victory at FedEx Field, following on from a 2-0 triumph over the United States on Friday.

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