Barcelona’s young goal prince has dazzled his fans and his country side on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 as he scored all four goals for Brazil, thrashing Japan 4-0 in an international friendly in Singapore.
The Brazilian star opened the scoring in the 17th minute and his side held Japan with a goal advantage in the first half of the match. Neymar added three more goals in the second half to complete a one-sided victory to conserve new Brazil coach, Dunga his fourth successive win since he replaced Luiz Felipe Scolari after the World Cup held in Brazil.
Neymar lauched the first goal, though, Diego Tardelli threading a ball through which Neymar rammed onto before rounding Japan goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima and looping the ball onto the roof of the net.
The younstar added a second gaol in the 48th minute as he got in behind a high Japan backline to pick up Philippe Coutinho’s pass and then slide past the Japanese Keeper.
At 77th minute, that Kaka headed a cross against the bar, but Japan failed to clear the danger and, after Coutinho had picked the ball up and drilled in a shot that Kawashima pushed out, Neymar was in the right place to easily slide the ball into the net.
Neymar has done so well for himself I his early stage in football has he had just earned for himself 40 goals in 58 matches for his country.