The current crop of young players has made many believe that they are too good for their age.The truth is however that,that is not the case especially if you compare them to what a young Brazilian Neymar was.Young Neymar at Santos was unstoppable as he had speed,he could score,provide assists,dribble and create chances.In just three years at Santos,he managed to score 139 goals and provide 63 assists.This is in addition to the fact that he managed to win all available trophies with the club from the league title,super cups and the South American champions league in under two seasons.He was so good that back in 2013,he finished ninth on the Ballon D'or rankings despite not playing in Europe.To make it even more interesting,Neymar became a legend at Santos at just nineteen joining other legendary players like the great Pele on this lucrative list.You can argue all you want but the truth is no young talent will ever come close to Neymar.
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