The ball swing from left to right and verse versa just as it moved from one end to the other.
Crisp passes rugged defending by both Brazil and Switzerland. But the cutting edge of Brazil gave the World Cup record holders a well deserved victory and a stay atop of Group G at the container-made Stadium 947.
A 1-0 win means the five-time World Cup winners have scaled the group stage hurdle into the round of 16. Their three points accrued means they can only be equalled and certainly no team in the group can obtain more in the group.
They now join defending champions, France as one of the early birds into the next round.
The defeated Switzerland, with their fate in their own hands can still qualify if they beat bottom-placed Serbia in the group.
Playing without the injured Neymar, Brazil showed they meant business right from the start. They raided the Swiss area, but stout defending prevented possible goals.
The Swiss will respond with sporadic raids which were often curtailed by the experienced Brazilians.
At a point, Brazil thought they had taken the lead after 60 minutes when
Soon the thrill waned as both side Vinicius Jr calmly slot the ball past the left side of Goalkeeper Yann Sommer.
But the Swiss were rescued by the VAR that ruled the Brazilian offside. The Swiss could have escaped with a point, but the inspired Brazilians continued to pile the pressure.
The disallowed goal was more than compensate for when Casemiro struck after latching on the half-volley from Rodrygo.