Brazil have officially sealed their place at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and are the first team to do so.

Peru’s 2-1 win over Uruguay mathematically assured Brazil’s place in the global showpiece.

The win meant Brazil could not finish less than 4th, guaranteeing their spot in the tournament.

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There are only 4 rounds left, with Brazil 11 points clear of 5th-placed Argentina.

The Selecao are on a 9-match winning streak themselves, the latest coming in a 3-0 spanking of Paraguay.

The win saw super star Neymar score his 52nd international goal after Liverpool forward Philippe Coutinho opened the scoring. Real Madrid full back Marcelo rounded up the win with the third goal.