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By Alistair Magowan
BBC Sport in Riverside Stadium
Englands World Cup homecoming was spoiled by Brazil because the Lionesses run of form continued to get a match outside Wembley in front of a record crowd.
Phil Nevilles side conceded two intentions that were bad as their run extended to five matches.
Had been the beneficiary of a mistake by England goalkeeper Mary Earps, that let the strikers header slide underneath her four minutes following the break, although debinha scored both.
When Debinhas shot was deflected upwards and over Earps minutes after the album presence was announced it got worse midway through the second half.
And though substitute Beth England lifted the audience with a header that was brilliant, her first England goal, Brazil held to get a win .
Having conquered and in February at the SheBelieves Cupthat this was another setback to Neville, whose side last won a game at the World Cup quarter-final from Norway 100 days past.
Ever since then, theyve lost four out of five threw a two-goal lead, and games.
Brazil – that had been rated 11th in the world below England – didnt trouble the hosts for long spells on Saturday, but they had the killer touch that the Lionessess lacked, after soaking up pressure in the first half.
England confront Portual on Tuesday, and Neville will hope his side will get back to winning ways until his group host Germany in front of what is set to be a record crowd for a womens match at Wembley on 9 November.