Richarlison Hits Double In Brazil Win

Richarlison scored twice as Brazil extended their unbeaten World Cup qualifying campaign with a 4-0 away victory over Bolivia in La Paz on Tuesday night.

Having already booked their place in Qatar at the end of this year, the five-times world champions took their qualifying record to 14 wins from 17 matches, with Richarlison on target at the end of each half to make it five goals in his past five internationals.

Following a 24th-minute opener from Lucas Paqueta, the Everton forward made it 2-0 on the stroke of half-time when he got on the end of Antony's pinpoint right-wing cross to finish from inside the area.

Newcastle's Bruno Guimaraes extended the advantage after the break before Richarlison sealed the win in the closing seconds, following up Dani Alves' saved shot to slide home at the back post.

The double means Richarlison, who was also on target in last week's 4-0 triumph against Chile, now has 13 goals from 34 international caps.