'We're improving: from the first to the second, to the third match, ' said the Paris Saint-Germain full-back.
Peru, which had four points to settle for the third place of the group, can still advance but needs to wait for the results of other two groups.
Hosts Brazil took an early lead in scrappy fashion when Philippe Coutinho's corner was flicked on at the near post for Marquinhos to head goalwards from inside the six-yard box, with Gallese rooted to his line.
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MACHIS STRIKES POWER VENEZUELA INTO COPA QUARTER-FINALS: An impressive double from striker Darwin Machis helped Venezuela book their place in the Copa America quarter-finals with a comfortable 3-1 win over Bolivia on Saturday, qualifying as runners-up in Group A behind Brazil.
Marquinhos somehow headed against the inside of the post from point-blank range and was fortunate the ball bounced up perfectly for Casemiro to make sure, with Brazil soon doubling their lead with a similarly unusual goal.
The ball looped back towards goal, ricocheted off the post and back to Firmino who slotted home with a "no-look" finish. He also scored in the opening 3-0 win over Bolivia after coming off the bench.
The rout could have been bigger had forward Gabriel Jesus not missed a penalty kick in stoppage time.
By the time Jesus takes to the field during Brazil's Copa America quarter-final on Thursday night, he'll have racked up 625 days without a competitive goal for his country. However, Josef Martinez wrapped up the victory in the 86th minute. "It's not up to us now, that's the uncomfortable situation", Peru coach Ricardo Gareca said.