Neymar scored a penalty but missed another in Brazil's 3-1 friendly win over Japan in France on Friday.
The Paris Saint-Germain striker converted his penalty in the ninth minute, sending Eiji Kawashima the wrong way, but the Japan goalkeeper palmed away Neymar's second attempt from the spot eight minutes later.
However, Marcelo still doubled Brazil's lead in the next minute with a superb strike into the top left corner following a corner that was poorly cleared.
Brazil made it 3-0 after Japan gave the ball away close to the box. Willian found Danilo on the right flank with the outside of his boot and the Manchester City defender set up Gabriel Jesus at the far post with a precise cross.
Japan managed to pull one back from a corner when Tomoaki Makino rose above the defenders to head past goalkeeper Cassio in the 63rd minute.
Son Heung-Min scored twice to guide South Korea to a 2-1 win over Colombia.
The Tottenham man found his first in the 11th minute by poking the ball through Cristian Zapata's legs. He added his second after the hour mark with a shot from distance that Leandro Castellanos could not halt.
Zapata got a goal back with a header following a James Rodriguez cross from a free kick, but the hosts held on to win.
Adem Ljajic and Aleksandar Mitrovic scored as Serbia beat China 2-0 in Guangzhou.
Ljajic opened the scoring in the 20th minute, lashing home after Dusan Tadic saw two shots blocked in the box, and in the second half Mitrovic headed home a cross from Andrija Zivkovic.
Georgia beat Cyprus 1-0, Giorgi Kvilitaia scoring the only goal after a poor goalkeeper clearance.
An own goal gave Haiti a 1-0 win away to United Arab Emirates as the ball went in off of defender Mahmoud Khami after Haiti's Duckens Nazon struck the post.