Brazil have condemned the racist abuse of Richarlison after the forward had a banana and other objects thrown at him in their 5-1 friendly win over Tunisia.
The incident took place after the Tottenham striker celebrated scoring Brazil's second goal in Paris.
In a statement the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) said it "reinforced its position to combat racism" and "repudiates any display of prejudice".
Brazil had posed with an anti-racism banner prior to kick-off.
The team lined up with a message that read, 'Without our black players, we wouldn't have stars on our shirts'.
In a separate statement, CBF president Ednaldo Rodrigues added: "Whether on or off the field, attitudes like this cannot be tolerated."
Richarlison's goal had restored Brazil's lead after Montassar Talbi cancelled out Raphinha's opener.
Neymar added a penalty before Raphinha claimed his second goal of the evening and Pedro wrapped up the scoring after Tunisia had Dylan Bronn sent off.
BDST: 1204 HRS, SEP 28, 2022