Brazil drew 1-1 with Nigeria in a friendly in Singapore on Sunday as their run without a win stretched to four games, the longest since coach Tite took over in 2016.
Joe Aribo opened the scoring for Nigeria after 36 minutes when he ran on to a pass from Moses Simon to draw the curtain raiser.
Victor Osimhen after beating his marker from the right, crossed to the box. Simon met it, found unmarked Aribo who found his way through and scored his second goal in just his second start.
The Samba Boys levelled up through Real Madrid defensive midfielder Casemiro in the 48th minute.
Both sides had chances to get a winner but Nigeria will rue missing an opportunity to beat the five-time world champions.
Depleted Super Eagles matched a full-strength Brazil throughout in Singapore.
The stalemate comes three months after Tite led Brazil to the Copa America title at home and follows last month’s 2-2 draw with Colombia and 1-0 loss to Peru.