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Robinho sentenced to nine years for sexual assault (0:48)
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18hESPN staff

Robinho sentenced for 2013 sexual assault

Former Brazil forward Robinho has been found guilty of sexual assault and sentenced to nine years in prison by an Italian court on Thursday.

The Sweeper: Neymar's Demi Lovato impression (1:04)
Brazil's Tite wants Liverpool to move Coutinho (0:58)
Gabriel Jesus: England draw sums up 2017 for Brazil (0:23)
Neymar satisfied despite Brazil draw at England (0:38)
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10dTim Vickery

England show blueprint for handling Neymar

In their friendly draw against England, Brazil saw a strategy that many World Cup teams may employ against them and Neymar in next year's World Cup.

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10dNick Miller

England-Brazil play out underwhelming draw

Brazil vs. England was a sexy fixture on paper but proved uneventful on the pitch, as England and Brazil played out a 0-0 draw, writes Nick Miller.

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10dPress Association

England and Brazil in drab goalless draw

England and Brazil played out a drab goalless draw at Wembley -- the second in four days after the 0-0 draw with Germany on Friday.

The Sweeper: Jesus and Neymar's nutmeg battle (1:26)
Tite: City must thank Palmeiras for Jesus' brilliance (1:05)
Behind the scenes at England vs. Brazil (3:16)
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10dAdriana Garcia

Paulinho: Neymar told me to move to Barca

Brazil international Paulinho says compatriot Neymar played a huge role in his decision to seal a move to Barcelona this summer.

10dChris Wright

Neymar nutmegs Gabriel Jesus at Wembley

As well as being the world's priciest footballer, Neymar can now also boast that he's successfully managed to nutmeg Jesus. Gabriel Jesus, that is.

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10dPA Sport

Gabriel is Brazil's 'new Ronaldo' - Alves

Brazil captain Dani Alves has hailed Gabriel Jesus as the side's "new Ronaldo" as they prepare for Tuesday's friendly with England.

WATCH: FC crew call out Gab for defending Neymar's tears (4:27)
11dSam Marsden

Cult hero Paulinho silences doubters

Paulinho's rise to the top has not been the most conventional but as he prepares to face England with Brazil, the Barcelona man is on a high.

11dGabriele Marcotti

Italy to blame; Neymar's tears for real

Poor Italy need to play the FIFA ranking game, and could VAR have helped Northern Ireland? Plus: Neymar's tears and Jose Mourinho's contract.

12dPA Sport

'Happy' Coutinho '100% fit' to face England

Brazil playmaker Philippe Coutinho has declared himself fit to face England on Tuesday, and insists he is happy with life at Liverpool.

13dTim Vickery

Neymar's intertwined history with London

Neymar's history is intertwined with the city of London's, and the Brazilian star returns to England's capital to take on the Three Lions on Tuesday.

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13dAndy Mitten

Exclusive: Julio Cesar on Brazil, Mourinho

"Neymar is the best player in the world today. Messi? I said the world; Messi is from another planet!" Ex-Brazil keeper Julio Cesar talks to ESPN FC.

WATCH: FC crew not fooled by Neymar's tears (4:17)
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14dRichard Jolly

England, Brazil boast 'modern' strikers

England have had far too many "old-fashioned" strikers until Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford emerged while Gabriel Jesus is the No. 9 Brazil needed.

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14dJonathan Johnson

Neymar slams media over 'made up' news

Paris Saint-Germain's Neymar has spoken out against recent reports that he is already unhappy in the French capital.

RankingsInternational Friendly

Goal Difference6Tied-13th
Goals Scored8Tied-34th
Goals Conceded2Tied-24th