'Neymar vs Everybody' Video Shows He's The Most Entertaining Footballer To Watch
A viral video titled 'Neymar vs everybody' shows just how ridiculous skilful the Brazilian is.
The Paris Saint-Germain star has his fair share of doubters but anyone who doesn't appreciate this compilation of him ruining opponents simply does not enjoy football.
Posted on Twitter, the two minute video has garnered over 600,000 views and features a slew of clips whereby Neymar is essentially playing FIFA Street while in PSG,Barcelona, Santos and Brazil colours.
He loves nothing more than toying with opposition defenders and some of the flicks and nutmegs on display are utterly outrageous.
Neymar is the most skilful and entertaining player since the great Ronaldinho and with all the showboating he does, he really is the natural hero to his compatriot's throne.
We'd love to do a tally of how many players got sat down or rinsed by Neymar in the above highlights but we'd be here all day.
Neymar isn't just about dribbles and take-ons though. He's so much more than a 'YouTube footballer' who does fancy flicks and is nothing but a luxury player on the pitch.
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His stats speak for themselves. In 419 club games, the world's most expensive player has scored 255 goals and laid on 157 assists for teammates.
He's got 41 goals and 24 assists in 65 Champions League appearances, proving he does it on the biggest stage in European football despite what some say regarding his big game performances.
For Brazil, he has an insane 107 goal contributions (64 goals and 43 assists) in 103 caps for his country and is the Selecao's second highest-ever goalscorer.
Still only 28 years of age, he's almost definitely going to surpass Pele's record of 77 goals for brazil - unless the seven-time Ballon d'Or winner finds some to add to his tally for somewhere.
"Once I got to the point of wondering if I wanted to keep playing football, since people don't like it," he told Giffer magazine.
"I went home one day with a hot head and then I began to remember everything I did to get here. The love that I have for football it calms me down and that brought me back to reality."
It's not clear at which point in his career Neymar was feeling that way but we're grateful for the decision he made and hope to see him strut his stuff for many years to come.
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