Neymar has been dismissed out of Brazil’s World Cup. It is confirmed that that their Neymar, the world’s, most expensive football player has injured his thigh while on Champions League duty with Paris Saint- Germain in Turkey.


However, his tally of 64 goals leaves him 13 shies of Pele’s record. At age 17, he made his first debut where he helped the club win two successive championships.

The 28-year-old is regarded as one of the best football players in the world. He has also won three League titles and was voted as the player of the year in his debut season.

With Neymar, they are close to victory but now that he is injured. How will they cope without him?

Brazil are relying on the 28-year-old as his club, with their remarkable semi-final collapse against Germany

Yet, Gabriel Jesus wants Brazil to again prove they can do and play without Neymar after it was announced that he would miss the 2022 World Cup qualifier against Venezuela.

Neymar is considered one of the Best Players in the World

Neymar is regarded as the second-highest goalscorer for his national team trailing only Pele. He ranked among the world’s most notable and respected sportsmen.

Neymar featured at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, two years after having renounced the captaincy.

He was also added by Time to its list of the 100 most honored and influential people in the world.

In 2018, France Football ranked Neymar as the world’s third highest-paid footballer and also the world’s third-highest ranked him the world.

He scored a hat trick in a 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Peru On 13 October 2020.

He is described as a true phenomenon. His skills and playmaking are similar to Cristiano Ronaldinho.

The footballer is very capable of scoring with his head as his feet and then as an accurate free-kick and penalty taker.

Always trying to perfect everything Most especially his skills and the way he plays on the pitch.

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