Their first contest in Group E will be against Switzerland on June 17. He quickly made his mark and raised the hopes of Brazilian fans for the World Cup, which starts June 14.
Neymar had injured his right foot playing for Paris Saint-Germain and underwent surgery in Brazil in early March.
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Neymar came on at Anfield as a second-half substitute and made a swift impression with a superbly taken goal in the 69th minute as the five-times world champions warmed-up for this month's tournament in Russian Federation.
Tite said there was no doubt that Neymar gives them something extra but said that needed to be kept in perspective.
Tite's announcement came as no surprise, as Neymar has been training with his Brazilian team-mates in preparation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
That applause turned to raucous cheering when the 26-year-old rifled his side ahead midway through the second half.
Russian Federation 2018 will be Neymar's second World Cup finals.
Before Neymar's brilliant opener, Croatia might have struck first when Ante Rebic's header forced a fine save from Alisson.