Neymar's not often on the receiving end of humiliating flicks and tricks - but defender Filipe Luis got his own back here.
The Chelsea full-back has to defend against Neymar's dizzying array of skill moves more often than not when he links up with the Brazilian national team.
But Neymar got a taste of his own medicine when Luis took him on one-on-one during a break in a recent Brazil training session.
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Neymar and the Brazilian national team take on Turkey in a friendly on Wednesday hoping to continue the roll that has seen them win four on the bounce since the World Cup.
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That tournament ended disastrously of course, but back for his second stint in charge of the national team, the former World Cup winning midfielder Dunga has started positively in his managerial role.
He's engineered wins over Colombia, Ecuador, Argentina and Japan with Brazil keeping clean sheets in four of the games. It's a new look squad this week though, as Dunga has opted for players based in Europe only.
That's because the Brazilian national league is entering its final furlong and clubs are keen to hold on to their international stars for the run in.