FT: Brazil 3 x1 Belarus (Olympic Games)
FULL TIME: Brazil 3-1 Belarus - Fantastic goals from Brazil, with Neymar inspirational. Not a top-notch performance, but the Seleção will be content.
90' - GOAL Brazil 3-1 Belarus (Oscar) - That is incredible. Neymar picks up the ball and charges at the defence before a backheeled pass slips through Oscar to fire home.
90' - Brazil running down the clock again. Lucas is determined to make an impact, though, but not quite coming off.
90' - Oscar picks out Neymar, who shimmies past one defender. His pass to Lucas is underhit though.
88' - Free-kick taken by Oscar and the ball is dipping below the bar, but Gutor saves well.
87' - A lot of fouls from Belarus now. Lucas taken down this time.
86' - That's disappointing. Lovely from Neymar to skip past his marker and run into the area, he snatches at his shot though. Pulled well wide.
85' - SUBSTITUTION - Lucas Moura replaces Alexandre Pato
83' - Slight worry for Brazil, Neymar still feeling the effects of that crunching tackle at the end of his run a minute ago.
81' - Almost a massive error from Juan and Marcelo. Neither player takes command and Gordeichuk races clear. Romulo, though, busts a gut to recover.
79' - That was sublime. Neymar beats defenders for fun, past three or four with an array of tricks. Only a fine last-ditch challenge denies a fine goal.
78' - Belarus bring on another forward to try and win a goal back.
76' - Neymar wins a corner after some wonderful play. Pato just beaten to the cross.
74' - Pato linking up well with Neymar, but just can't thread the return ball through to the Santos forward.
73' - Brazil playing keep-ball. They need to be careful not to get stung on the break.
71' - Hulk looks to slip Neymar in down the right, but his pass is overhit.
69' - The crowd loved that. Neymar skips infield and finds Oscar who pirouettes between two markers. Outstanding.
68' - Terrific play from Neymar again to play in Rafael who pulls the ball back to Pato six yards out. The Milan striker can't control.
66' - That was simply sublime, as Neymar marks his second Olympic game with his second-goal.
65' - GOAL Brazil 2-1 Belarus - Stunning curled free-kick from Neymar, right across the goalkeeper.
65' - Neymar does brilliantly to leave Dragun on the floor with a brilliant change of direction. Terrific skill.
64' - SUBSTITUTION - Ganso replaces Sandro
63' - Taken by Hulk, but into the wall. Belarus remarkably stubborn so far.
61' - Good play from Pato to win a free-kick 30-yards out. Hulk, Oscar, Neymar and Marcelo all want to take it.
60' - Bressan tries to curl the ball in at the far-post with Neto slightly off his line. The keeper gets back to tip the ball round the post.
59' - Neymar is tugged back clearly by Dragun, but the Japanede referee plays a fine advantage to allow Oscar a chance. His stinging drive well saved
58' - Neymar getting hassled even when deep in his own half. Three around him instantly.
55' - Great defending from Politevich. Marcelo sits the ball up to the back-post where Pato heads back for Oscar, but the Belarussian defender gets in at the last minute.
53' - Good play from Neymar, dropping his shoulder to cut inside, but cannot curl his shot enough to trouble the goalkeeper.
52' - Marcelo lucky not to enter the referee's notebook after catching Bressan late.
51' - Sandro's chipped cross finds Pato, who cannot make a proper contact with the ball. The ball comes out to Marcelo whose stinging shot is palmed away by Gutor.
49' - Classy bit of play from Oscar who beats two men with a terrific change of pace. Left-footed shot, though, is well over.
47' - Brazil break as Hulk is gifted the ball, but the forward chose to ignore Pato and take on Politevich who slides in and steals possession.
46' - Neymar takes a pot-shot at goal from near half-way. Not a bad effort, but comfortably wide.
16.02 - SECOND HALF - Belarus kick-off.
16.01 - I say teams. Only Belarus and Brazil's substitutes appeared. The team themselves come out very late. Almost the threat of starting with one side.
15.59 - The teams are re-emerging for the second-half. What can Brazil do to open up their opponents. Time for Lucas Moura? You can follow me on Twitter - @chris_elastico
HT - Brazil 1-1 Belarus - Brazil will feel they have done ok, but Belarus stubborn opponents so far.
45' - Brazil still bombarding the box, but no way of breaking down the Belarussians.
43' - Outstanding from Hulk. Runs at the Belarus defence on the right-flank with pace and strength. Takes on
41' - Superb ball from Rafael across the six-yard box which narrowly evades Pato at the front-post. Terrific.
39' - Porto star Hulk gets another shot away, but well over the bar. A terrific shimmy to move the ball onto his left-foot though.
38' - Hulk finds Rafael down inside the area on the right, with the Manchester United full-back neatly cutting inside and shooting at goal. Blocked.
37' - Belarus marking Neymar closely so far, trying to nullify the Seleção's biggest outlet.
35' - Bressan frees Kornilenko down the right and he gets past Juan far too easily. Rafael mops up and clears the ball into the crowd.
34' - Neymar has the crowd in raptures, holding off his marker before spinning away from a second-marker to find space.
33' - Belarus looking to test Neto from corners. Hasn't looked commanding thus far.
31' - Brazil a bit sloppy in the past five minutes. Need to step it up again.
29' - Kornilenko being well marshalled by Thiago Silva at the moment. Fouls him this time. O Monstro is showing why he's valued so highly.
28' - Crossing seems to be a major part of Brazil's plans, with Rafael and Marcelo firing in ball after ball.
27' - Neymar now on the right-flank and linking well with Rafael. Looks to be a potential area for Brazil to exploit.
25' - Corner to Belarus from the left, cleared emphatically by Alexandre Pato.
24' - Magnificent stuff from Marcelo before falling over. Beats his man on the flank and then beats another after a one-two with Neymar. Then, one trick to many as he falls over.
22' - Oscar getting into the game, buzzing around the centre of the park. This time he chooses to shoot and Gutor catches.
21' - Oscar sends a raking cross from the right, Hulk gathers and holds off his defender but tumbles.
19' - Good response to going behind from Brazil. Rafael and Marcelo being given acres of space on the flanks.
17' - Brazil free-kick from left, swung in by Neymar, almost finds Rômulo. Close.
16' - Bressan smashes wide left-footed from 30 yards. Kissed the Belarus badge after his goal, against his country of birth. Might not go down well.
15' - GOAL Brazil 1-1 Belarus (Pato) - Neymar with a brilliant cross from the left and Pato rises to deflect the ball home. Quality delivery.
14' - Brazil's full-backs in plenty of space on the flanks. Great outlet for them.
12' - Brazil back on the attack and Hulk is not far from opening the scoring. Marcelo swings a cross from the left and Hulk has found space, heading wide at the near post.
11' - Penalty shout for Brazil. Hulk beats the goalkeeper to the ball and falls to ground, but nothing given.
9' - Bressan who scored that goal pulled off Sandro at the edge of the box. Bressan himself is a naturalised Brazilian.
8' - GOAL Brazil 0-1 Belarus (Bressan) - Lovely move from the Belarussians and Bressan steals in at the back-post to head home.
8' - Crosses raining in from both flanks. Hulk from the right, before Marcelo from the left. Belarus getting heads on the ball so far.
7' - Hulk looking to unleash one of his trademark thunderbolt's but Stanislav Dragun does excellently in defence.
5' - The big news today is, of course, the return of Pato. Leandro Damião on the bench.
4' - Very good start for Brazil so far. They look confident, as Sandro makes a crunching tackle on Gordeichuk.
2' - Brazil quickly recover the ball, patiently playing it around in midfield. Forwards dropping deep.
1' - Long spell of early possession for Brazil. Belarus yet to touch the ball until Rafael's decent cross is collected by Belarus' keeper Gutor.
15.00: Kick-off. Brazil get us underway.
14.58: Anthems completed with and we are almost ready for kick-off. Brazil looking to build on their opening win
Brazil: Neto; Rafael da Silva, Thiago Silva, Juan, Marcelo; Rômulo, Sandro; Oscar, Neymar, Hulk; Pato.
Belarus: Gutor; Kuzmenok, Politevich, Kozlov; Dragun, Baga, Bressan, Gordeichuk, Solovei; Kornilenko, Polyakov.