Fans at the FIFA World Cup Stadium in Jeju were treated to a feast of football from Brazil as they defeated Korea DPR 6-1 in the Group B encounter.
The samba starlets were 2-0 up in the first ten minutes of their opening match against New Zealand, but in this game they went one better.
After four minutes, Fabio rose unmarked to head home Tales' corner from the left hand side, before Alex added a second two minutes later.
The Tales-Fabio combination worked again in the eighth minute, with the captain heading home a well-delivered free-kick.
A full 14 minutes elapsed before the Selecao scored their fourth
- and what a goal it was.
Lulinha latched on to Rafael's throw in before unleashing a shot which cannoned off the crossbar.
Fortunately for Brazil, the ball fell into the path of Maicon, who finished with aplomb.
However, the loudest cheer of the evening was reserved for An Il Bom's goal in the 24th minute. The Korea DPR captain produced an excellent shot in the turn which left Marcelo with no chance.
Brazil restored their four goal advantage five minutes after the interval. Alex did well to keep the ball in play, before crossing for Maicon who flicked the ball on for Giuliano to score.
A wonderful individual goal from substitute Choco in the 90th minute completed the scoring.