Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar is one of the most stylish and skilful players to ever play this beautiful game.
The 27-year-old has won everything there is ever to win in club football. He has also guided Brazil to the Confederations Cup and Olympic glory in the past.
Neymar has played with Santos, Barcelona and PSG, and is eyeing for the Champions League trophy with the Parisians. He was a part of the famous MSN trio which wreaked havoc and won many titles in his four years at Camp Nou.
The Brazilian is known for his skills and technical abilities on the field and doesn’t shy away from making a unique move if required.
Recently in the French League Cup semi-final fixture against Stade Reims, the PSG forward put in one of his best performances and got an assist in the 3-0 win. But one of his passes stole the show on the night, the one in which he directed a pass with his backside.
Here is how twitter reacted to Neymar’s no-look pass with his back.
The French champions started without Angel di Maria and Mauro Icardi as the manager decided to field Kylian Mbappe alongside the Brazilian. But the side didn’t have negativity without other key forwards.
Marquinhos gave them the lead inside 10 minutes before an own goal from Ghislain Konan doubled their lead in the 31st minute.
The home side were then reduced to 10-men after Marshall Munetsi received his marching orders and the visitors scored their third goal through Tanguy Kouassi.
PSG have been the most dominant team in France for a long time but haven’t lived up to the expectations in European competitions. Winning the Champions League must be their priority and with a star-studded team, they must make the best use this season.
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