Ronaldinho ended his goal drought for Brazil as they thumped Chile 4-0 in their friendly in Sweden.
Barcelona star Ronaldinho scored twice to finally net his first international goals in nearly two years and further strikes from Kaka and Juan gave Dunga's men a morale-boosting win.
Ronaldinho set Brazil on their way with the opener on 16 minutes when he converted from the penalty spot after Lucio went down in the box.
Brazil doubled their lead on 31 minutes when Milan ace Kaka converted from Daniel Alves' cross.
The Samba Kings made it 3-0 four minutes after the break when Ronaldinho scored direct from a free-kick.
Brazil grabbed a fourth goal on the hour mark when Juan scored from close range after being teed up by Ronaldinho.
Maldonado went closest to scoring for Chile when he saw a shot come back off the crossbar just past the hour mark.
Brazil end their tour of Sweden on Wednesday when they take on Ghana.