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Neymar scored a brilliant goal on his return from injury as Brazil began their World Cup preparations with a win over Croatia at Anfield. The Paris St-Germain star, 26, smashed a shot in off the bar after a slick move involving Chelsea's Willian and Barcelona's Philippe Coutinho. Croatia's high
Brazil stepped up their preparations for this summer's World Cup in Russia by defeating Croatia 2-0 in a friendly at Anfield. Neymar marked his return from injury as a second-half substitute with a stunning solo goal that opened the scoring. Roberto Firmino then rounded things off with a delightful
Brazil 2-0 Croatia RECAP as Neymar and Roberto Firmino strike in World Cup 2018 warm-up at Anfield. The PSG star ended his 98 days of injury by emphatically find the net during the friendly
Both sides continue their preparations for the World Cup with a friendly at Anfield Croatia will also face Senegal on Friday whilst Brazil play Austria next weekend. Mark Wright slams trolls who say his wife Michelle Keegan 'needs to eat' Married teacher, 43, dubbed 'Mrs Robinson' who groomed pupil
Brazil vs. Croatia: Final score 3-1, Neymar the hero in controversial win New, 25 comments Brazil just about got past Croatia in the opening game of the World Cup thanks to two goals from Neymar, but they required a highly dubious penalty to do so.