Neymar steps in to defend his “behavior” at FIFA World Cup 2018

The Brazilian poster boy Neymar Jr. was criticised over his behaviour on the field. Many media houses questioned him over his rolling antics even Manchester United’s fame manager Jose Mourinho also countered him for his way of playing football. Neymar wasn’t examined over his skills, but the way he generated Free Kicks by faking an injury was under the scanner, but now the man himself came up to clean his sheet. In an event, he came up to have a word with media and invalidate the allegations pointed on him.

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He said on camera, “A Lot of times I’m faster and lighter than the opponents, and they end up fouling me. The referee is there for that. Do you think I want to be getting fouled all the time? No. Because it hurts, it’s painful. And After the games, I have to ice myself for four or five hours. But those who have never experienced it will never understand.”

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Neymar was on the continuous scanner of the fans throughout the world cup, and he also became the part of the trending memes. Fans all around the world even wait for his “antics” to talk on it on social media. He became a trending topic sometimes on social media but he refused all the allegations on him related antics as his pain was real but not created to get a free kick or any advantage.

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Neymar was caped 90 times and scored 57 goals for his nation which is a good record, and he will soon get past Lionel Messi from the list of the active goal scorer in the world. He got his comparison with Former legendary footballer Pele for his amazing dribbling and finishing skills. He also generates quick pace to score the goal which is a unique quality in him. He is waiting for the next world cup to make Brazil World champion for the sixth time.

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