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Defending against Neymar can't be very easy and there's every chance he's going to make a complete mug of you. That's exactly what happened to Celtic's James Forrest twice in a number of seconds.
Celtic wouldn't have expected much going into Tuesday night's game against PSG in the Champions League. The Scots don't have a great away record in Europe, PSG are flying and the last game between them finished 5-0 to the French back in September.
However after just one minute former PSG youngster Mousa Dembele had put the Scottish Premier League champions 1-0 up. However by full time that had changed to 4-1, thanks in the main to Neymar.
Dembele and Neymar celebrate scoring their goals. Image: PA
The Brazilian had been in fine form since his move from Barcelona in the summer and set up one and scored two as the Parisiens waltzed past their opponents early goal.
Presumably just because he could Neymar nutmegged Celtic's James Forrest and then spun away from him seconds later as the 26 year old tried to make another challenge:
Before tonight the 25 year old, who cost PSG a world record smashing £198 million in the summer, had scored seven goals in nine games in Ligue 1 and four goals in four games in the Champions League.
On top of that his record against Celtic now reads seven goals and eight assists in just six games against the Scottish side!
It's fair to say Neymar's having a pretty good time of it, Celtic will be glad to see the back of him!
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