The soccer match was friendly ahead of the Copa America, which will begin on July 8.
Uruguay boosted their hopes of reaching Qatar 2022 with a 4-1 win over Venezuela on Tuesday
Brazil have a perfect record of eight wins from their eight World Cup qualifiers so far ahead of Thursday's trip to Venezuela, followed by a clash away to Colombia on Sunday and the visit of Uruguay next week.
Argentina maintained their unbeaten start to their World Cup qualifying campaign. Meanwhile, Brazil continued their perfect start to qualifying with a seventh win out of seven.
Neymar netted a penalty and created a second as hosts Brazil eased to a 3-0 victory over a coronavirus-depleted Venezuela on Sunday in the opening match of the 2021 Copa America.
At least eight players from the Venezuelan national football team have tested positive for Covid-19, the Brazilian health minister said Saturday, a day before they play the opening match of the Copa America against hosts Brazil.
Brazil have already beaten Bolivia (5-0) and Peru (4-2) and top the South American qualifying table with Argentina second.
Neymar suffered an adductor injury on October 28 in a Champions League match against Istanbul Basaksehir.
Lionel Messi picked up a groin injury in the shock 1-3 defeat to Venezuela as he made his first international appearance since the 2018 World Cup.
Argentina fell 0-2 behind after goals from Venezuela's Juanpi Anor and Josef Martinez but Lucas Pratto pulled a goal back while Nicolas Otamendi scored the equaliser in the 83rd minute
Lionel Messi made a triumphant return after his short-lived international retirement by scoring the winning goal in Thursday's 1-0 victory over Uruguay in Mendoza
Lionel Messi scored his fourth goal of the Copa America Centenario in the 60th minute at the Gillette Stadium to equal Gabriel Batistuta's long-time Argentina international goalscoring record
Since leading Barcelona to a 2-0 win over Sevilla to win the Copa del Rey on May 22, Lionel Messi suffered a back injury that kept him on the sidelines when the Copa America group stage began.
Mexico drew level with Venezuela as they finished on top of Group C to set up a potential quarter-final clash against Chile.
Mexico defeated Jamaica 2-0 to enter the quarter-finals and knock out 15-time champions Uruguay out of the 2016 Copa America
Venezuela entered the quarter-finals of the 2016 Copa America by defeating Uruguay for the first time. The result puts Uruguay on the verge of elimination.
Luis Suarez will miss Uruguay's match against Venezuela in the 2016 Copa America encounter as he continues to recover from a hamstring injury.
Mexico beat Uruguay 3-1 in Copa America after both teams were reduced to 10 men. after a pre-match furore over a bungled national anthem. In another match Venezuela defeated Jamaica