Neymar hails Brazil showing
Brazil ace Neymar felt the hosts produced their best performance of the World Cup to beat Cameroon 4-1 to book their place in the last 16.
Neymar was the star of the show in Brasilia on Monday night as he grabbed a brace to take his tally to four goals in the tournament and inspire Brazil to victory.
The win ensures Brazil will take on Chile in the last 16 in Belo Horizonte on Saturday, and Neymar believes the result and performance against Cameroon will set them up perfectly to take on their South American rivals in the knockout stages.
"If I am not mistaken, this was our best game, everyone deserves to be praised for working hard until the end I think," Neymar told Sportv.
"The responsibility I have on the pitch is to help my team-mates, create chances and help marking too, everyone has this mission.
"Nobody is more important than anyone - everyone is important
"We deserved this score and we are more confident to face Chile."
Fred, who eased the growing pressure on him to lose his place in the starting XI with his first goal of the tournament, thanked his team-mates for supporting him after coming in for criticism for his performances in the opening two games against Croatia and Mexico.
"Thank God this goal finally happened," noted Fred. "I was being criticised very heavily and I tried to keep calm.
"The squad were wonderful with me, I have to thank everybody."
"As amazing as it sounds, the ball hit my moustache - it was a moustache goal."
Fernandinho, who came off the bench to score Brazil's fourth goal, was happy with his contribution and believes he has boosted his chances of starting against Chile.
"I was feeling confident, doing my job, I waited for my chance, I had my chance now and I did well.
"I think I have a 50 per cent chance of starting against Chile. Now it's up to (Luiz Felipe) Scolari."