A friendly win for Brazil that would have been tough viewing for in-form Arsenal striker Gabriel Jesus, who was controversially left out of the squad entirely by Tite.
Jesus has started the season superbly and will have been harbouring hopes of wrestling the striker spot - in what is essentially the battle to be Neymar's sidekick - away from Richarlison. However, the Tottenham forward produced a stunning riposte in Le Havre, netting twice as Brazil romped to a 3-0 victory.
Overall, this was as convincing as it gets for Tite's side. Marquinhos nodded them in front inside nine minutes, meeting Raphinha's corner with a clinical header.
And Richarlison - a livewire throughout - wasted little time adding to his side's advantage, with Neymar setting up both of his strikes before the break.
The second half was equally comfortable, but no further goals came. Attention now turns to Brazil's final game before the World Cup kicks off - a meeting with Tunisia on September 27 at Parc de Princes. The stage is set for Neymar in that one!