Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Neymar shines for Brazil

Neymar shines for Brazil

On 63 minutes, the PSG attacker produced a moment of sheer fleet-footed, bamboozling Leicester defender Aleksandar Dragović and leaving him on his arse, before slotting past Heinz Lindner...

Neymar, who broke a bone in his foot in February, marked his first start in more than three months by scoring in Sunday's easy victory in Vienna, drawing level with Romario on the list of Brazil's all-time leading scorers behind only Pele and Ronaldo.

Neymar responded in the best way possible, scoring a brilliant second goal after Gabriel Jesus had earlier opened the scoring.

Gabriel Jesus gave Brazil the lead after 36 minutes with a slick finish from a tight angle, while Philippe Coutinho added a third 20 minutes from the end.

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Neymar was on the scoring sheet as Brazil thrashed Austria 3-0 in a Federation Internationale de Football Association worldwide friendly in Vienna on Sunday.

Philippe Coutinho got in on the act six minutes later and the Barcelona playmaker also crashed against the crossbar as Tite's side sounded a statement of intent ahead of Russian Federation 2018.

For Tite, however, fouling the opponents means his team has wasted a chance to win back possession of the ball and start a new attack. "When we release him in the last third of the field, he's lethal".

It fed data on team characteristics, individual players, and recent team performance into four machine learning models to analyse the number of goals scored in each match. Yeah, he's ready for the World Cup.

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Under Tite, Brazil have regained the swagger that has been missing from recent World Cup squads.

Tite said his team "can get a bit more effective but still have a week left to work on that".

After the win over Austria, Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar insists he and his team-mates are dreaming of winning the World Cup once again.

During the tournament's group stage, Brazil will play in Group E against Switzerland (June 17, Rostov-on-Don), Costa Rica (June 22, St. Petersburg) and Serbia (June 27, Moscow, Spartak Stadium).

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