The real challenge for Brazil at this summer's Olympic games begins on Saturday with their knockout round tie against Honduras.
Brazil are the only team to have negotiated their way out of the group stage with a 100 percent record. The goals have been flying in, and each contest has, at times, transformed into an exhibition of the Selecao's talents.
Honduras arrive at the quarterfinal stage with two draws and one victory, which surprisingly came against Spain. They are capable of upsetting the bigger teams, although Spain have been a combination of unlucky and awful in the tournament.
But while this is the start of the real business end of the Olympics for the men's football, there are very few betting against a dominant and comfortable Brazil win.