A quick glance on Twitter and the trending topics in Colombia and Brazil would give you a rough idea of what transpired in Rio de Janeiro.
Pitana, Ospina, Colombia, Brazil and Copa America were among the trending names and words via social media after controversy marred the Selecao's 2-1 victory on Wednesday.
Reigning Copa America champions Brazil completed a stunning comeback in the 100th minute thanks to Casemiro's last-gasp header, but Colombia were still seething from an incident in the 78th minute.
Roberto Firmino's equaliser with 12 minutes of regulation time remaining came after the ball deflected off referee Nestor Pitana in the build-up – the official allowing play to continue rather than call for a drop-ball, leading to lengthy protests from goalkeeper David Ospina and Colombia.
The goal stood, even after a VAR review.
99:22 - Brazil’s second goal was timed at 99:22 – the latest recorded 90th minute goal in a Copa América game since Vidal scored against Bolivia in 2016 at 99:48. Turnaround. pic.twitter.com/33RTsYM8Wy— OptaJoao (@OptaJoao) June 24, 2021
But amid the Copa chaos, Brazil head coach Tite added to his growing legacy.
While Brazil had their run of six consecutive clean sheets ended, a streak dating back to October 2020, the Selecao extended their winning streak to 10 consecutive games.
Casemiro's goal – officially timed at 99:22, the latest recorded 90th-minute goal in a Copa fixture since Arturo Vidal scored for Chile against Bolivia in 2016 at 99:48, sealed top spot in Group B with one game remaining while preserving a 100 per cent record at this year's tournament on home soil.
It saw Tite surpass his own record with Brazil.
With wins over Colombia, Peru (twice), Venezuela (twice), Paraguay, Ecuador, Uruguay, Bolivia and South Korea, Tite exceeded his previous winning streak of nine straight games (in 2016) at the helm of the Selecao.
Tite was influential on the sidelines as Brazil bounced back from Luis Diaz's stunning and acrobatic 10th-minute opener.
He introduced Renan Lodi and Firmino – the pair were involved for Brazil's second-half equaliser against Colombia.
At the end of the encounter, Tite passed Sebastiao Lazaroni as the second coach with the most Copa America matches without defeats – eight to seven.
Legendary former coach Mario Zagallo – who won two World Cups as a player and one while in charge of Brazil, holds the record, having not tasted defeated in 12 appearances at the CONMEBOL tournament.
Since being appointed in 2016, Tite has overseen 43 wins, 10 draws and four defeats.
Controversy or not, the Tite train rolls on in pursuit of back-to-back Copa crowns.