Neymar produces incredible assist for Dani Alves during PSG v Bayern Munich

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All eyes were on Neymar as Paris Saint-Germain took on Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

The last time the Brazilian was on the pitch, he was arguing with teammate Edison Cavani over who would take a free-kick and a penalty.

But that was just the start of the saga that soon followed.

The two strikers reportedly clashed in the dressing room following their 2-0 victory against Lyon, while Neymar demanded that PSG sell Cavani.

Neymar missed PSG’s next match against Montpellier through injury as the Ligue 1 side drew 0-0 without him.

And football fans around the world were keen to see Neymar and Cavani play alongside each over once again.

Is their relationship as bad as the reports suggest? Who would take a penalty if they were awarded one?

So many questions.

But Neymar ensured that everyone stopped talking about his saga with Cavani and start talking about what a fantastic player he is once again.


And it took less than two minutes for the world’s most expensive player to show everyone why he cost €222 million this summer.

With the ball on the left wing against the Bavarians, Neymar beat two players, cut inside and put the ball on a plate for compatriot Dani Alves.

Alves took one touch before firing home.


Watch: Neymar's amazing assist

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And there were plenty of football fans on Twitter that absolutely loved what they saw from Neymar.

Twitter reacts

Just check out the reaction:

After thrashing Celtic 5-0 in their opening group match, Unai Emery’s side know that a win against Bayern would put them in control of Group B.

With Neymar in this form, you wouldn’t put it past the French side from going all the way in the competition.

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