Atalanta striker Luis Muriel bagged an historic brace as Colombia played a 2-2 friendly draw with Brazil in Miami.
Muriel became the first Colombian to put two goals past the Selecao in a single match.
Brazil had gone in front through Casemiro’s header on a Neymar corner, but Juventus player Alex Sandro gave away a penalty, converted by Muriel.
The Atalanta forward then completed the turnaround with a ferocious finish at the end of a flowing team move.
It ended 2-2, as Neymar marked his comeback with the equaliser.