Brazil are the hosts for the 2019 Copa América and they will be looking to claim their first win in the competition since 2007. Third on the all time list with eight wins, Tite's team are desperate for success at home after missing out at the 2014 World Cup.
After a great season with FC Barcelona, the midfielder now has a chance to shine with the national side in his first appearance in the Copa América.
The Brazilian midfielder will make his third appearance in the Copa América and is looking for his first title with the national side. Previously with Brazil he made it to the quarter-finals in 2015 and the group stage in 2016.
Friday, 14 June
Tuesday, 18 June
Arena Fonte Nova
Saturday, 22 June