Neymar dances into hotel as Brazil arrive in Russian Federation

Neymar dances into hotel as Brazil arrive in Russian Federation

Skip forward to Tuesday, just two days before the World Cup begins and five days before Brazil's opener against Switzerland, and Neymar was the picture of happiness, content with harbouring the responsibility of a football-obsessed nation.

Brazil arrived in Russian Federation yesterday as they make their final preparations ahead of their opening World Cup match against Switzerland on Sunday.

At his age, Neymar has plenty of time to beat Pele's tally and become the country's greatest worldwide goalscorer. Hindustan Times delivers the news across all social media platforms, on the web, and at your doorstep.

Coutinho (Brazil): His team mate Neymar will dominate the headlines, but Coutinho also deserves recognition for a terrific performance.

Austria remained in the game and dominated possession early in the second half and gave Coutinho and Neymar some rough treatment, to the frustration of Brazil.

"You can talk, you're Brazilian and you can dream; we're dreaming more and more".

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Neymar looked really sharp after returning from his lengthy injury spell last week when he came off the bench and scored for Brazil in a World Cup warm-up against Croatia.

"I don't know if I can say that this will be the team at the start of the World Cup", he told reporters. Shortly after, the team flew to Sochi, its base for the tournament, as those back in their homeland reacted to a win which impressed and boosted expectations of winning an unprecedented sixth world title.

Jesus got the ball rolling with Brazil's opening goal. Deployed this way, he and Neymar will not occupy the same space and that can only be good for Brazil. Although one would surely think that Neymar would trade all his goals for the World Cup winner's medals his aforementioned cohorts collected during their sparkling careers. Imagine watching that goal as a Switzerland, Costa Rica or Serbia player.

Neymar and Gabriel Jesus were the prime instigators, rounding on Coutinho during the session.

Neymar had the "great honour" to go level with Brazil great Romario on 55 global goals in Sunday's 3-0 win over Austria, saying it allowed him to pay tribute to the former striker.

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