The heavily anticipated international match between top nation Brazil and the United States turned into a master class on soccer as Seleção knocked out the Stars and Stripes 4-1 at Gillette Stadium in Boston.

FC Barcelona striker, Neymar scored a brace and Hulk and Rafinha also scored for the Brazilians who literally made it look easy against the United States' best and brightest.

Hulk scored in the 9th minute when he blasted a shot into the top right corner of the net from just inside the box, giving Brazil the early 1-0 lead.

The United States kept the game close and for most of the first half looked like the better team. However, the second half was a completely different story as the Americans crumbled in the second half under the scrutiny of a relentless Brazilian attack led by Neymar.

Neymar scored on a penalty in the 51st minute and again in the 67th minute after he took a pass from Lucas Moura in the center of the box and slotted it through the outstretched arms of Brad Guzan.

Rafinha added a goal in the 64th minute with some fancy footwork inside the box, making the American defenders look silly as they tried to stop the Brazilian midfielder.

Danny Williams scored for the United States in the final minute of regulation. Williams blasted a shot from about 20 yards outside the box and blasted a rocket shot past goalkeeper Marcelo Grohe.

The last time the United States lost by four or more goals was against Spain at Gillette Stadium. Thankfully, Williams helped them avoid such a catastrophe on Tuesday.

Many fans of American soccer believe that Jurgen Klinsmann should be on the hot seat after a Gold Cup loss to Jamaica and now a blowout loss to Brazil. A lot will be riding on the U.S.'s game next month at the Rose Bowl against archrivals, Mexico.