Just 19 minutes in to Brazil's opening match against Switzerland, star midfielder Philippe Coutinho did this...
Liverpool's No.9 was introduced 12 minutes from time at the Rostov Arena as Selecao coach Tite sought a late victor after Steven Zuber had equalised Philippe Coutinho's opener.
The teams have played once in the World Cup - a 2-2 tie in Brazil in 1950.
The world's most expensive player had a painful end to his last appearance at a World Cup when he suffered a back injury in a quarter-final game against Colombia in 2014 and on Sunday he was named in the starting 11 for the Group E game even though Tite admitted the day before that he was "not 100 percent".
Their promising start could not last and soon Switzerland were sitting back as Brazil passed the ball crisply around the pitch, nearly finding a breakthrough when Paulinho dragged a shot across the face of goal and wide of the far post with 10 minutes played. A win over tournament favorites Brazil in their first match would give them confidence to not only make it out of the group, but to kick on and go further than anyone expected.
Brazil were caught sleeping as Xherdan Shaqiri fired in a corner and Zuber sent a thumping header past goalkeeper Alisson.
Switzerland got themselves back on level terms within five minutes of the restart.
Coutinho had another chance to score with 20 minutes left but his neat control was followed by a wayward drive, and Gabriel Jesus saw a penalty appeal waved away when he was challenged by Manuel Akanji in the box. And then the Nati held off the powerful Brazilian attack to grab the point.