Brazil coach Dunga has defended the performance of opponents Chile following their 4-0 defeat to his side.
Ronaldinho scored twice to end his international goal drought with Juan and Kaka netting the other two.
Maldonado came closest to scoring for Chile when his shot came off the crossbar just past the hour and Dunga believes the scoreline was not a true reflection of the opposition's display.
"The score makes you think that Chile didn't do anything but I think that Chile played a good match, they have players that fight the match and they didn't let us play as we like to," he said.
"The final score doesn't really say the truth of what happened on the pitch, it makes you think that Chile didn't do anything but the thing is that Brazil relies on three or four players that can win a game on their own at the moment.
"I am happy with what my team did and this gives us confidence for our preparation towards the Copa America in Venezuela where we start with a game against Chile."
Robinho added: "We are very happy because we played a good match and we won but we still have to know each other better and we have to spend more time working together.
"Many of us haven't played together yet and that sometimes gives you some problems so we will have to correct that before the competition."