Willian scored a lovely Brazil winner v Ecuador http://t.co/KqLnofiQr8— 101 Great Goals (@102greatgoals) September 10, 2014
The flair that Brazil's national side has become associated with may have been missing at the World Cup, but it was on full display last night.
In a wonderfully worked, training ground move the Selecao showed all their creativity to set Willian up to score the winner in a 1-0 success against Ecuador yesterday evening.
The Chelsea man put the finishing touches on a brilliantly worked free-kick, after being delicately chipped through by Neymar.
It means that Dunga's start as manager of the national side has begun well, with two victories coming from his first two friendlies.
Brazil are at one of the lowest points in their recent footballing memory, after being dumped out of their own World Cup.
The side were eliminated from the competition, which many had tipped them to win, in a 7-1 defeat to eventual winners Germany, which has meant that have had to look towards the future.
Only 10 players from the squad which were part of their disappointing World Cup campaign remain, and Willian showed why he was retained last night.
He will now be hoping to bring that form back with him to club football as he looks to established a regular starting place in the Chelsea line-up.
The Blues take on Swansea City this weekend and Willian will be aiming to get on the scoresheet once again.