Scolari not worried by Seleção peformance
Seleção boss Luiz Felipe Scolari insists that they had the better chances and were unlucky not to get a penalty in the second half.
Brazil crashed to a 1-0 defeat in Basel thanks to a Dani Alves own goal but Scolari was not worried about the performance.
"We had the best chances in the first half. Switzerland only had a few shots from outside of the area," Scolari told reporters after the match.
"We should have had a penalty, the laws are the same everywhere. The referee should have given the penalty but we will have to accept it and move on."
Scolari was also asked about the impact the defeat will have on their 2014 World Cup preparations.
"This was not a problem, we weren't physically prepared. It seems to me that next year is the important date.
"Of course we wanted more, a victory, but the result was normal as we faced a side in better condition.
Scolari also admitted that he was concerned about Júlio César's situation, having failed to secure a move away from QPR this summer.
"Júlio César has not played any matches, and his training is quite different from what he normally does.
"His situation is very different, so it was an opportunity to play Jefferson."