That said the onus will be on Iceland to get a win in this match as there is still a chance that they could make it to the second position in the Group table, and to be honest I cannot see Nigeria putting up much of a fight!
Coutinho got the victor in the 91st minute, and Neymar got his goal later in stoppage time as the South Americans move to four points in Group F and have a little breathing room with one match to play.
However, late on the 30-year-old was also caught on camera shoving Costa Rica's Johnny Acosta in the face in an off-the-ball incident.
Neymar dropped to his knees in tears on the final whistle after the tournament's most successful side came through a real test of character against a Costa Rica side whose hopes of progression are now over.
Brazil, already unbeaten in their recent 12 matches, looked for their first victory at the World Cup so as to reach the last 16.
Neymar has been involved in 18 goals in his last 17 appearances for Brazil (10 goals, eight assists).
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To cap off a fine evening for himself and for the team, the world's most expensive footballer of all time then went ahead and scored a tap-in to get his account up and running at the World Cup.
The Semanario Universidad newspaper wrote "The Sele (selection) bids goodbye to Russian Federation in the most cruel banner", while also praising Costa Rica's defensive masterclass against Brazil.
After a goalless first half Brazil scored twice in injury time, reward for Tite's insistence his players concentrate and press right to the end.
It came at the ideal time with Brazil set to face a tough Serbia squad and the confidence they gained with this win could help them get three more points against the European squad. "We tried to play fairly but stop him fairly as well".
Serbia, who had a strong claim for a second half penalty turned down, had dominated the first half, knowing a win would have confirmed their place in the knockout stages.
"We don't need referees to win the game, we just want them to be fair".
The World Cup favourites were on course for a second consecutive draw in Group E before a dramatic period of stoppage time in St Petersburg.