Paris Saint Germain forward Neymar has been having a rough time with the national team the past one month even announcing he is contemplating retirement.His declining form had seen people claim his reign as the Brazilian football king was over.However during their world cup qualifying game against Uruguay yesterday,Neymar proved he is still the king and man to watch in the Brazil team.He scored one goal and provided two assists to see Brazil win by four goals to one.His man of the match performance saw him make 4 successful dribbles,3 big chances created and 2 key interceptions.With his help,Brazil are now only one win away from qualifying for next year's world cup in Qatar.Once again it will be up to Neymar if they are to qualify and also win the world cup trophy.This will be a perfect opportunity for him to cement his legacy as the greatest Brazilian player of all time.
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