Willian winner for Brazil sees off Ecuador
A beautifully-crafted Willian strike gave Brazil a 1-0 friendly win over Ecuador in New Jersey.
The Chelsea midfielder prodded home after he found himself on the end of a well-lobbed pass from Neymar off a short Oscar free-kick in the 31st minute.
The goal ensured Dunga's perfect start to his second reign as Brazil manager following a 1-0 win over Colombia on Saturday morning (Singapore time).
Ecuador nearly equalised six minutes after the decisive goal, although West Ham striker Enner Valencia could only hit the woodwork with goalkeeper Jefferson beaten.
Neymar had the best opportunity to double the Selecao's lead just after half-time, but the Barcelona star somehow contrived to miss an open goal from point-blank range when he stabbed a cross onto the crossbar with goalkeeper Alexander Dominguez stranded.
"There weren't any negative points." said a thrilled Dunga after the game.
"You have to take positives from the negatives. You learn, you evolve. So for me it was all positive."