- Brazil vs Senegal friendly game played in Singapore ended in a 1-1 draw
- Liverpool star Roberto Firmino opened scoring for the hosts in the 9th minute
- But an equaliser from Diedhiou via penalty in the 45th minute ensured the game ended in a draw
Senegal came from a goal down to force five-time World Cup champions Brazil to 1-1 draw at the Singapore National Stadium.
The Lions of Teranga, who finished second at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt conceded first with Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino firing the Selecao ahead just after nine minutes.
He ran into space in the box to connect with Gabriel Jesus sublime pass before chipping the ball beyond the reach of Alfred Gomis.
The goal came on the back of Brazil's numerous efforts in search of goals in the first ten minutes of the encounter.
However, despite conceding early enough, Senegal were composed enough to stage counter attacking moves against the south American side.
With Sadio Mane leading the attack, Teranga Lions pressured their opponents but the experience of Thiago Silva at the center of the defence protected Ederson Moraes from conceding earlier.
Meanwhile, Brazil could not hold on to their lead beyond the first half as Aliou Cisse's men found the back of the net in the extra minutes of first half.
Famara Diedhiou scored the equaliser for the AFCON 2019 silver winning team through a penalty kick a little after 45 minutes.
Liverpool star Sadio Mane won the spot kick after making a solo run into Brazil's danger zone before being hacked down by Marquinhos and Silva.
Both sides produced flashes of brilliance in the second half but neither could bury their chances they created.
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PSG star Neymar had a couple of chances via free kicks but all his efforts were way beyond target and at the end both ended the game 1-1.
Meanwhile, Brazil will battle Nigeria's Super Eagles at the same venue on Sunday, October 13, in an international friendly game.
Legit.ng earlier reported that earlier reported that Argentina came from two goals down to draw Germany 2-2 in a friendly match.
A goal each from Serge Gnabry and Kai Havertz powered the German side to two goals advantage in the first half.
But two second half goals from Lucas Alario and Lucas Ocampos ensured the game ended in a stalemate.
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