Brazil drew 1-1 with Panama in a neighborly on Saturday, one of the least fortunate outcomes and exhibitions by the five-times title holders since Tite took over as mentor in mid-2016.
Panama had never scored against Brazil, losing every one of the four past gatherings and surrendering 16 objectives simultaneously.
Midfielder Lucas Paqueta gave Brazil the lead following 31 minutes, yet Adolfo Machado evened out four minutes after the fact with a circling header from what resembled an offside position.
Richarlison and Casemiro hit the woodwork in the second half for Brazil yet as the diversion went on Panama looked cheerful to hold tight for the draw against a side who appreciated 78 percent ownership.
Tite, with one eye on the Copa America on home soil in June, picked to offer begins to a few youthful players, with Paqueta winning a third top, protector Eder Militao his second and Porto left back Alex Telles making his presentation.
Be that as it may, without Neymar, who is recuperating from foot damage, they came up short on the sort of motivation the Paris St Germain forward so regularly gives.
Brazil travel to Prague to play the Czech Republic on Tuesday.