Neymar and Willian.

Neymar and Willian's trick-shot in Brazil training

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Brazil are the most successful nation when it comes to winning World Cups and they will be looking for their sixth triumph in Russia next summer.

Tite’s side have absolutely smashed their South American qualification group, leading the table by 10 points with just two matches remaining.

Matches against Bolivia and Chile remain over the next week before they can really start to focus on glory in Russia.

And it’s not hard to understand why Brazil will surely be considered as one of the favourites next summer.

With the likes of Neymar, Gabriel Jesus, Philippe Coutinho and Willian in their ranks, they certainly don’t lack creativity and goals.

And two of those players decided to show off a little trick shot as they prepare for their fixture against Bolivia on Thursday.

After a session, Neymar and Willian decided they would attempt to score from behind the goal line near the corner-flag.

Neymar went first and produced the goods by remarkably finding the back of the net.


Willian attempted to replicate Neymar’s magic and did exactly that.

But Neymar wanted to ensure his first effort wasn’t a fluke and found the back of the net once again.


Watch: Neymar and Willian's trick-shot

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While Brazil have already booked a place in Russia, the same can’t be said for a whole host of nations that trail them in the standings.

With four automatic spaces up the grabs, the likes of Uruguay, Colombia, Peru, Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Ecuador all harbour hopes of qualifying.

It’s no wonder Brazil are taking it easy in training and having a bit of fun with their place already secured.

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