NEYMAR JR IN PURE STATE
Neymar enamoró With a played spectacular in Granada
Published:3/04/2017 - 02:06h
Updated:3/04/2017 - 02:46h
Without Leo Messi, the leadership of Neymar Jr was still greater in the game of the FC Barcelona against the Granada. In the second half, the Brazilian marvelled with a spectacular driving, dribbling and throwing pipes surrounded of several opponents
They said of Neymar Jr that it was a player of "Youtube". And had reason. There they can see the 100 goals of the Brazilian star with the FC Barcelona, and also played so spectacular like which starred this past Sunday against the Granada CF in The Cármenes.
It was already advanced the second half, with the practically sentenced party for the FC Barcelona, when Neymar Jr went back to show why is the best player of the world in these moments, waiting for that Leo Messi go back to marvel dress of short.
The "11" of the Barcelona collected the balloon near of the area of Ter Stegen, protected it, avoided that it left was and, hit to the left band, was sorteando and dribbling to contrary players until it was demolished near of the area of Ochoa.
Neymar Jr, a magician dressed of footballer
It threw a pipe, deployed dribblings of beautiful bill and, in definite, enamoró with the balloon to follow sticking followers to his football majestuoso, an alarde of technical superiority that at present is not near at hand of anybody more.
Neymar Jr lució Against the Granada and, besides, obtained the reward of the goal in the last seconds of party, to pass of Paco Alcácer. The "crack" of the Barcelona wants to keep growing, and is doing it split after party from the magic traced back that he same led in Champions League against Paris Saint-Germain in the Camp Nou. But Neymar wants to more. And it does not have ceiling. Users of Twitter as Adrián Contreras already have done echo of the magic of "Ney" through the social networks:
And think that to some does not like them the football of Neymar... pic.twitter.com/nfnag6gzhl— Adrián Contreras (@AdriContrerass) 2 April 2017