Neymar's Incredible Highlights Vs Bayern Prove He's A Complete Footballer, Unlike Any Other
Neymar's incredible highlights for Paris Saint-Germain vs Bayern Munich prove he is still one of the world's most complete footballers.
With that chip on his shoulder, Neymar rocked up to the Allianz Arena for this evening's Champions League quarter-final with a point to prove.
He provided the assist for Kylian Mbappe's opener before whipping in an incredible cross for Marquinhos, who doubled PSG's lead.
Mauricio Pochettino's side hit Bayern on the counter all evening and while Mbappe was the spearhead, it was Neymar who pulled the strings in a 3-2 win.
The 29-year-old shone in the Bavarian snow with one of his greatest performances since arriving from Barcelona.
Fans have had their say and they think Neymar in this type of form is one of the best players to watch.
You tune in for him because you know it won't matter whether he ends up scoring a goal or not. That's what makes a world class & special player. https://t.co/7wfozabC5H
- :gem: (@TheEuropeanLad) April 7, 2021
Do you know the fitness levels required to play this high energy, high contact & high producing football. He deserves a CL as the best player https://t.co/uYZKWvClga
- E&J Papi (@RaayMysterio) April 7, 2021
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People actually hate this guy for their stupid agendas lmfaooo, I can't :sob: https://t.co/QIDh3aiQrp
- Vedant :blue_heart: (@MessiGoat10l) April 7, 2021
He's the only reason PSG created any chances tonight. He's closer to Messi than whoever's #3 in the world is to him https://t.co/eeBgQ1SCvL
- Иван (@ivan_i94) April 7, 2021
Turned up big time tonight, was helped tho with how much space he had to turn into https://t.co/wMgNlwsL7A
- A1 (@A1ZH4RY) April 7, 2021
Bayern did manage to bring the game back to 2-2 thanks to goals from Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Thomas Muller.
But Mbappe grabbed his second once again on the counter attack and fired his shot into the bottom left corner.
The two sides will go at it again next week in Paris, with both also losing players to injury.
Leon Goretzka and Niklas Sule hobbled off for Bayern in the first half, while Marquinhos and Angel Di Maria departed for the visitors.
Do you think Neymar is still the best in the world after Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo?
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