Brazil head coach Tite has praised the "impressive" performance of his side regaining possession against Ghana. The South American side blitzed to a 3-0 win against their African opponents in a friendly in France, Marquinhos opening the scoring inside nine minutes before Richarlison struck a brace before the break.
Victory in Le Havre raises optimism for the five-time World Cup champions before the tournament later this year, with Tite's side excelling in the final third and putting their opponents to the sword.
However, Tite was impressed by the display of his side without possession against Ghana as they quickly responded to win the ball back.
"In the first half, the team mobilised to, after losing possession, immediately regain control of the ball," he said.
"There are several different ways to call it: lose-and-press, five seconds of madness, everyone uses a different term. But our speed in regaining possession was impressive."