Neymar laments World Cup exit

Neymar laments World Cup exit

We look forward to the Neymar challenge being the next big thing on social media.

What's more, the wide-open remaining field in Russian Federation features players who, if they perform decisively in a winning cause, will have demonstrably better Ballon d'Or credentials than Neymar and push the big two harder than they have been at any stage over the past decade.

The 26-year-old would yell in pain only to miraculously rise to his feet minutes or even seconds later.

Although his time in Russian Federation has now come to an end, his impact on the tournament endures and the "Neymar Challenge" has become an Internet hit. National Hockey League mascot SJ Sharkie also completed a fine impression of the former Barcelona man.

This World Cup has proved adept at tearing up the best laid plans of much-fancied teams and individuals, perhaps none more so than Neymar.

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Replays revealed he had thrown himself to the ground after the slightest touch from Costa Rica defender Giancarlo Gonzalez.

A video has emerged on Social media which seems to show Brazilian fans throwing stones in disgust at the bus that carried their national team after the team returned from the FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation.

Headlines in the aftermath of the victory over Mexico focused on Neymar's theatrical reaction to challenges made on him rather than his performance, and he was powerless to stop Brazil losing 2-1 to Belgium in the last eight.

But the referee was wise to the deceit and waved away his appeal for a penalty. However, his antics may have caused irreversible damage to his standing among fans.

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