Hurting Neymar gets emotional at the World Cup

Doug Mendoza
June 24, 2018

He first flopped to the ground in front of goal, hoping to draw a penalty.

He was then handed a yellow card for angrily punching the ball, his frustration obvious to all watching.

Bündchen is a noted fan of the Brazilian national team and was involved when the nation hosted the World Cup in 2014, helping to present the trophy before the final between Germany and Argentina. Neymar apparently was angry with Silva for giving the ball back to Costa Rica in the 83rd minute because Neymar considered the Costa Ricans to be time wasting.

Lasmar did not want to speculate on when Costa may be ready to return to action, "We are not going to need a date when he will be ready".

Brazil's coach Tite also commented on his players tears, suggesting they could be down to the huge pressure of leading the five-times world champions.

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I am serene about this and I was sad about his behaviour towards me. Neymar joined past year from Barcelona for a world record fee of 222 million euros ($260 million).

Neymar has been declared fully fit ahead of Brazil's crucial match with Serbia, but Douglas Costa and Danilo will miss out. "At half-time, I was joking: 'Look at the old man here, I'm 57".

Brazil, like Argentina, were held to a goal-apiece draw by the Swiss at Rostov-on-Don on Sunday, a result that would've frustrated their boss Tite given how fancied they were coming into the tournament.

He did not start a game again until Brazil's final World Cup warm-up friendly in Austria two weeks ago, and he took a further knock on the left ankle in Friday's 2-0 win over Costa Rica.

It was followed by tears. "Crying is a good thing".

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