razil played in an all-black kit for the first time as they took a stand against racism in Spain.
During a friendly against Guinea in Barcelona on Saturday, Brazil abandoned their usual yellow colours in the first half of their 4-1 win in support of Vinicius Junior.
It comes after Vinicius has been the target of racist abuse multiple times in Spain while playing for Real Madrid.
Brazil changed back to yellow for the second half.
Vinicius scored a late penalty to complete a routine win for the Selecao.
The Real Madrid star was racially abused when he played in a game at Valencia in May, while earlier this month seven men were punished for acts of racism towards him.
Another alleged racist incident occurred on Saturday before the friendly against Guinea.
“The fight against racism, a crime that needs to stop around the world, is also why we are here,” CBF president Ednaldo Rodrigues said in a statement.
“That’s also why our national team played the first half of the match in black. And today, once again, another criminal was publicly exposed.”
Brazil and Guinea posed in front of a banner that read “With racism, there is no game” in Portuguese. Vinicius and his team-mates also took a knee.