Brazil is yet to show the football that people are expecting from the host country team as it failed to impress in its second presentation in the 2014 World Cup. A 0-0 draw against Mexico wasn't up to the expectations of a team looking for the Hexacampeonato (sixth championship).
It's no secret that Brazil could have won the match against the Mexicans if it wasn't for the heroic performance of 'keeper Guillermo Ochoa, but that is no excuse for Scolari's team, which still has a lot to improve and work on.
On the other hand, Brazil is the leader of Group A and did show some team improvement in the match. Progressive improvement is always important in order to reach peak performance in the latter, most crucial part of the tournament. However, Felipao should accelerate that ascending progress, otherwise Brazil could end up leaving the World Cup earlier than expected.
Here are five things Brazilian fans can look forward to after the tie with Mexico.