Roberto Firmino, Gabriel Jesus and Philippe Coutinho are joined by Brazil team-mates as they celebrate Copa America success in Rio de Janeiro
- Brazil’s stars celebrated their Copa America triumph on Wednesday evening
- A host of Premier League stars joined in on the celebrations after Sunday’s win
- Brazil defeated Peru 3-1 in Copa America final with Gabriel Jesus among goals
Premier League stars Roberto Firmino, Gabriel Jesus and Fernandinho joined their team-mates to celebrate Brazil’s Copa America success on Wednesday.
The triumphant stars posed for pictures together as they partied following their 3-1 win over Peru.
The stars are enjoying their extended break from their respective clubs after their exploits at the Copa America.
Gabriel Jesus (L) and Arthur (R) flank a friend as the Brazil national team celebrate their win
Roberto Firmino is all smiles as he poses with Philippe Coutinho (left) while the Barcelona man poses with Fernandinho (right)
Brazil won their first Copa America since 2007 with Everton Soares, Gabriel Jesus and Richarlison all getting on the scoresheet.
There was late drama in the final as Jesus saw red for a second yellow card with 20 minutes remaining.
Jesus showed his emotion after seeing red as the Manchester City forward punched a VAR booth, booted a water bottle and was burst into floods of tears.
Coutinho said after the final that he wanted to let off some steam before returning to Barcelona ahead of the new campaign.
‘I am going back with a good energy, with new expectations,’ Coutinho said. ‘But, before I go back I need to celebrate a little.’
One man who is without a club is Dani Alves as the veteran right back decided to leave Paris Saint-Germain at the end of last season.
He joked: ‘Now I don’t have to play for the national team, I don’t have a club. Can you get a job for me?’
Barcelona stars Malcom and Coutinho celebrate Brazil’s Copa America final win over Peru
The Brazil team posed with the Copa America trophy and the fans stayed to cheer their heroes
The squad linked arms and began what will no doubt have turned into lengthy celebrations