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Neymar scores first Barcelona goal

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Neymar scored his first goal in Catalan colours, as Barcelona romped to a 7-1 victory over a Thailand XI.

In the game, which provided Neymar and Messi's first start together, Barcelona completely outclassed their opponents and were 3-0 up within 20 minutes.

The scoreline may have been impressive, but it was Neymar who grabbed the headlines as he opened his account for the Spanish champions.

After a piece of tidy play from Cesc Fabregas, Neymar prodded home a cross to grab his first goal for Barcelona, and their first of the night.

Messi was in fine form once again, scoring two and assisting two others, as Barcelona recorded their third pre-season win five games. Winger Pedro also put his skills on display as he grabbed a hat-trick.

Tata Martino's side have now scored 24 goals in their pre-season, and fans will be hoping they can continue their clinical form as they enter the new competitive campaign.

Watch Neymar's first goal, and Barcelona's victory below.

 

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