Copa America 2011, Cordoba
Brazil 2:2 Paraguay
1-0 Jadson 38', 1-1 Santa Cruz 54', 1-2 Valdez 66', 2-2 Fred 89'.
Group B could be becoming the group of death in this year's Copa America after a third consecutive draw.
Jadson, the Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder, gave Brazil a first-half lead with a long-range effort but a shock was soon on the cards after the break as Roque Santa Cruz equalised for Paraguay and then Nelson Haedo Valdez gave La Albirroja the lead in the 66th minute. Substitute Fred spared Brazilian blushes with an equaliser a minute from time.
Ahead of tonight's Ecuador v Venezuela clash, Brazil and Paraguay head the group with two points apiece.
Brazil: Julio Cesar, Dani Alves, Lucio, Andre Santos, Thiago Silva, Lucas Leiva, Ramires (Lucas Silva 70'), Paulo Ganso, Jadson (Elano 45'), Pato, Neymar (Fred 81')
Paraguay: Villar, Da Silva, Veron, Alcaraz, Torres, Riveros (Caceres 67'), Vera, Estigarribia (Martinez 78'), Ortigoza, Barrios (Valdez 56'), Santa Cruz
Other results: Chile 1:1 Uruguay, Peru 1:0 Mexico
Sun: Bolivia v Colombia
Tue: Argentina v Costa Rica
Weds: Brazil v Ecuador, Paraguay v Venezuela
Group A points after two games:
Colombia 4, Costa Rica 3, Argentina 2, Bolivia 1
Group C points after two games: Chile 4, Peru 4, Uruguay 2, Mexico 0