Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino scored for Brazil against the Czech Republic in a 3-1 friendly win on Tuesday.
Gini Wijnaldum, Virgil van Dijk and Ben Woodburn have all netted for their countries on international duty so far, with Sadio Mane scoring and assisting to help Senegal to a dramatic 2-1 win on Tuesday.
The Reds goalkeeper impressed with some impressive shot-stopping in the first half but Firmino looked quite lethargic in the early stages.
Brazil looked out of sorts and went into the interval a goal down after David Pavelka put the hosts 1-0 up in the 37th minute.
However, Brazil were back in the game just four minutes into the second half as Firmino’s impressive awareness saw him chase down a wayward back-pass.
The Liverpool forward out-muscled his way through and slotted home to score his ninth international goal and equalise for the visitors.
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Fabinho was given a brief outing after coming on to replace Firmino in the closing stages of the game, with Brazil eventually running out 3-1 winners.
Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus scored twice in the last ten minutes to secure victory for the Selecao.
The trio will return to Liverpool on Wednesday morning and will have four days to recover before facing Tottenham at Anfield in a crunch Premier League clash.