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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Neymar limps off pitch during Brazil training - reports

Kaka trained with Brazil in ahead of their friendly fixtures against Costa Rica and the United States.

Brazil star Neymar left national team training on Wednesday night after speaking with a team doctor, according to multiple reports.

The Barcelona forward grabbed his right knee after shooting 20 minutes into training before limping off the training pitch in New Jersey, reports said.

According to TV3, Brazil manager Dunga decided not to risk the player for the rest of training and told him to rest.

Neymar just returned from two weeks on the sideline after contracting mumps. He made his season debut...

 By Tim Vickery

Lucas Lima could be the all-action midfielder Brazil have been missing

Lucas Lima, right, has emerged as a beacon in the Santos midfield, and there are hopes that he can replicate that form for Brazil.

Brazil coach Dunga made some controversial decisions when he named his squad to face Costa Rica and the USA in the coming warm-up friendlies. Some of the controversy has since died down, especially since Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho, the most surprising omission, was given another chance after Chelsea's Oscar pulled out injured. Marcelo of Real Madrid is another late inclusion, recalled at left-back following an injury to Filipe Luis of neighbours Atletico.

Thiago Silva, though, remains out....

By ESPN Staff
4 days ago

Klinsmann: I'm pleased Altidore is scoring goals

Jurgen Klinsmann talks about his choices for the US squad ahead of their clash with Brazil next month, as well as explaining his decision to make long-time US goalkeeper Tim Howard his second choice after newcomer Brad Guzan.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Marcelo, Philippe Coutinho added to Brazil squad for friendlies

Philippe Coutinho will join the Brazil squad in the United States next month.

Real Madrid full-back Marcelo and Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho are among four additions to the Brazil squad for September friendlies, the country's federation has announced.

Coach Dunga announced his squad two weeks ago for games against Costa Rica on Sept. 5 and the United States three days later, but now he has made four changes over the past 48 hours.

Marcelo will replace the injured Filipe Luis, who picked up a hamstring in training with Atletico Madrid this week and will not...