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Neymar Went back to amuse with Leo Messi and Luis Suárez

Published:30/04/2017 - 21:43h

Updated:30/04/2017 - 21:43h

After three parties of sanction, Neymar Júnior went back to play with the FC Barcelona in League. The Brazilian happened it to him in big from beginning to end, showing his best expensive, delivering game and combining with his mates of arms Leo Messi and Luis Suárez

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Neymar Júnior Is of go back with the FC Barcelona. The player more desequilibrante of LaLiga 2016-2017, the one who more dribblings does and the third that more assistances gives, went back by his fueros after his three parties of sanction. 

And it did it in a party where amused and happened it to the big. It saw him desbordando, with many win to like and to combine with his mates of attack. The MSN went back to the walked and showed, once again, that very greased there is not team that can with them.

The Espanyol tried it but finish sucumbiendo in front of the boracidad offensive of Luis Suárez. The one of jump broke his drought goleadora with a "doublet" that plants him already with 26 goals in the championship. The nine broke the wall blanquiazul and cleared it with his two so many.

The MSN, again providencial in a victory of the Barça

Between half appeared Leo Messi to break the defence with an eslalon from the central circle until the frontal of the area, sorteando rival and surpassing them in speed with the leather in his feet. There it saw to Rakitic desmarcado to his left and yielded him the second. 

In definite, a performance portentosa of the best forward of the just World when more they needed it. With them at the head of the team seems that everything is possible, even carry a title of League that does some weeks antojaba fed up difficult. Only they call to the MSN.

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