Brazil left back Filipe Luis says that the mood in the Brazil team is at an all-time high following their 4-0 thrashing of Japan on Tuesday evening at the Singapore National Stadium.
The result means that the Selecao has won all four of their games since Dunga took over, scoring eight and conceding none in the process, something which the defender was quick to point out.
“We played well today and everyone did well,” the Chelsea defender said after the game.
“The pitch was horrible, but the supporters helped us to have a big game. They were very good.
“We (also) didn’t concede more goals so we are happy.”
Dunga’s second spell in charge of Brazil has so far proved to be a success, and the Filipe Luis attributed that to the fact that the former Brazil captain is ‘easy to work with’.
“I know him from a long time ago, so we have a good relationship working together,” he said.
“It’s quite easy to work with him.”
Brazil teammate Philippe Coutinho was in agreement, having been recalled into the squad after missing out on the World Cup under Luiz Filipe Scolari.
The Liverpool midfielder notched two assists on the night as well after coming on as half-time substitute for Oscar.
“Yeah, it’s very comfortable working with him,” Coutinho said.
“He’s a very good coach and what’s important for us is the victory tonight so we’re happy.”comments