Brazil encountered a racist fan incident, laser pointers from the stands and rash defensive challenges from Tunisia in a 5-1 victory on Tuesday at the Parc des Princes.
Fred kicked a banana hurled from the crowd off the pitch, barely acknowledging the vile act, and players continued to celebrate Richarlison's first-half goal as more objects rained down. What was meant to intimidate Brazil in another act of bigotry towards Tite's team did no such thing.
They put on another beautiful football show, danced as usual and didn't give racist spectators the satisfaction of a response.
Brazil have now won seven matches in a row, with six of those games finishing with a score margin of at least three goals. They will enter the World Cup as one of the favourites, and it appears the hate they've faced in recent weeks has only brought them closer together.
Raphinha (twice), Richarlison, Neymar and Pedro were all on the scoresheet in the victory over Tunisia, which also included a red-card challenge from Dylan Bronn on Neymar.
Dan Bernstein contributed to this report...