The five-time world winners eased down in the second half as manager Tite threw on several substitutes because victory was guaranteed and heavy rain was falling in Normandy. After an impressive exchange between the West Ham midfielder and Neymar, Antony nearly added a fourth goal in the 75th minute on a cross from Lucas Paqueta.
The Paris St. Germain forward played as an offensive midfielder for the entire 90 minutes. After sprinting past three defenders in the 80th minute, Neymar nearly scored a great goal, but he missed the target with his shot and hit the post with a stunning long-range attempt.
Tuesday’s match between Brazil and Tunisia in Paris will be their final one before their World Cup Group G opening against Serbia on November 24.
Ghana XI: Wollacoltt, Odoi, Djiku, Amartey, Gideon Mensah, Partey, D. Ayew, J. Ayew, Kudus, Afena-Gyan, Sulemana.
Brazil XI: Allison, Militao, Silva, Marquinhos, Telles, Casemiro, Paqueta, Neymar, Vini Jnr, Raphinha, Richarlison