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Neymar scores from behind the goal in training

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You will not believe your eyes when you see this, there is only one world to sum it up.. genius.

This young lad is capable of anything and everything. Neymar stands six yards behind the goal and manages to get ball in the net, how does the Barcelona man manage that?

The strange thing is Neymar does not look surprised or turns around to start celebrating with his team-mates, he just strolls around like nothing has happened and like its completely normal for it to happen in training.

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It’s not the first time Neymar has done this magical skill. After seeing this there will be footballers all around the world trying to mirror exactly what the Barcelona man can do from behind the net.

The 23-year-old has been in fine form Barcelona this season being joint top goalscorer in the Champions League and making it into UEFA’s team of the season. He will now be looking to perform his magic at the Copa America.

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Below is the video of Neymar casually scoring from six yards BEHIND the goal - breathtaking.

The 23-year-old has been in fine form Barcelona this season being joint top goalscorer in the Champions League and making it into UEFA’s team of the season. He will now be looking to set the Copa America alight and enhance his already sky high reputation.

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