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Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe
Jaciely Albequerque danced in the parking lot before the start of the Brazil-Portugal match at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough.
A Portugal fan cheered as his team took the field.
A Brazil fan cheered before the start of the match.
Bruno Ferreira of Somerville sported Brazil's colors before the match.
A Portugal fan beat a drum before the match.
Fans of Brazil and Portugal celebrated before the match.
Soccer legends Pele (left) of Brazil and Eusebio (right) of Portugal posed with Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Jose Maria Marin, president of the Brazilian Football Confederation.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft escorted Eusebio off the field before the start of the match.
Pele waved to the crowd.
The teams lined up for national anthems before the match.
Portugal fans stood for the national anthem.
Portugal goalkeeper Rui Patricio made a save after colliding with Brazil's Neymar (right) and Portugal's Pepe during the first half.
Brazil's Neymar (right) competed for the ball with Portugal Joao Pereira.
Brazil's Maicon kicked the ball past Portugal's Fabio Coentrao.
Portugal's Raul Meireles (left) and Miguel Veloso celebrated Meireles's first-half goal that put Portugal ahead, 1-0.
Brazil's Thiago Silva scored a goal past Portugal's Fabio Coentrao (left), Miguel Veloso (center), and Bruno Alves. The goal tied the score at 1-1.
Brazil's Maicon congratulated teammate Thiago Silva on his goal.
Brazil's Paulinho (right) competed for the ball with Portugal's Vieirinha (left)).
Brazil's Neymar (center) fired a shot past the Portugal defense.
Neymar celebrated after dribbling through a thicket of Portugal defenders and scoring in the left corner.
Neymar celebrated his first-half goal.
Neymar, 21, wears Pele's old number (10) and signed this year with Spanish soccer club Barcelona.
Portugal's Joao Pereira (right) fell after colliding with Brazil's Paulinho.
Brazil's Neymar (right) fell as he was being defended by Portugal's Ruben Amorim during the second half.
Brazil's Luiz Gustavo (right) competed for the ball with Portugal's Nani.
Nani reacted after missing a shot on goal in the second half.
Brazil's Ramires tackled Portugal's Fabio Coentrao in the second half.
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Neymar walked past cheering fans after Brazil's 3-1 victory.
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