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Neymar humiliated in friendly by UFC star Jose Aldo

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Neymar is one of the best players in the world and is famous for his ability to pull out some of the most outrageous skills on opponents, but it was the Barcelona star who was the one embarrassed by a piece of skill.

In a charity match that had already seen various episodes of Neymar’s flamboyance - like his rainbow flick goal and hijacking the motorised stretcher - one of the best moments was when he was the butt of the jokes.

His rainbow flick goal was impressive, but we at GMS prefer the one that was done to him - the best thing about it is that it wasn’t even done to him by a footballer.

UFC star Jose Aldo was playing in defence or something - we assume he was anyway, from the position he picks up the ball - and was being closed down by the Brazil superstar. His reaction to the pressure is brilliant.

Instead of hurriedly leathering it as far away possible the mixed martial arts monster decided to do his own rainbow flick…over Neymar’s head! Well, he is Brazilian too. You can watch the moment Neymar is humiliated below.

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Ok, the former Santos man isn’t exactly busting a gut to get on the end of the flick as he watches it go over his head, but it was just a bit of fun. Besides, if the UFC Featherweight champion suggests to you that he should do a skill to humiliate you, we doubt whether you’d be arguing much.

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