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Neymar shows he’s too good for Ligue 1 by destroying two Dijon players

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Neymar may no longer be playing alongside Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez at Barcelona, but he’s clearly enjoying himself at Paris Saint-Germain.

The Brazilian has looked a cut above every other player - well, with the exception of Lyon’s Kenny Tete - and has scored eight goals in eight appearances since completing his £198 million move to the French capital.

Neymar is currently in action for PSG against Dijon at the Stade Gaston-Gérard, making his ninth appearance for the Ligue 1 outfit, and it didn’t take him long before producing a fabulous piece of skill that has gone viral on social media.

The 25-year-old, unquestionably one of the world’s most skilful footballers, received the ball on the left touchline but had no easy pass available.

Rather than switching play to the opposite flank, Neymar decided to do it all himself.

Video: Neymar destroys two Dijon players

The South American brilliantly beat the two Dijon players and you can watch the footage here…

Straight fire from the world-class forward.

Is Neymar too good for Ligue 1?

Neymar left the Camp Nou, in part, to escape from Messi’s shadow.

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It’s clear that he’s already the main man at PSG - but surely he’s too good to spend the rest of his career in Ligue 1?

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