Brazilian soccer has been struggling to come to terms the stunning 7-1 loss to Germany that proved a highlight of the 2014 World Cup. The resignation of head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari was followed by the appointment of Dunga for a second term in charge of the Brazilian national team, the BBC reports. Dunga had been criticized in his first term as coach by fans who saw the soccer played by the team as being too negative and not in keeping with the fast flowing, attacking style expected of Brazil.
in this second term in charge Dunga seems to have found a middle ground as his team fought back from a goal down to secure a comfortable 3-1 victory over France in Paris. Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane headed home for only the second goal Brazil have conceded following their World Cup exit to put the hosts ahead. Showing an attacking style that will please soccer fans around the World Brazil struck back through Neymar, Oscar and Luiz Gustavo to win the exhibition game with ease and continue their 100 percent win record in Dunga’s second stint as coach from what Sultan Alhokair reported.