Video: Neymar - goals of 2012

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Neymar has enjoyed a year to remember in 2012, scoring 43 goals in all competitions for Santos and winning an Olympic silver medal with Brazil.

Winner of the prestigious Golden Boot in his country for the second time in his career, the 20-year-old once again finds himself linked with a move away from South America, with Barcelona reportedly coveting the prodigious talent.

After scooping the FIFA Puskas Award for goal of the year in 2011, the 27-cap Selecao international is again in contention for his wondergoal against Internacional in March.

That's one of a number of brilliant strikes, with the odd tap-in and penalty thrown in for good measure to prove that Neymar's more than capable of scoring the easy goal - as well as the brilliant.

And so, with the New Year approaching, GiveMeFootball thought it was a great chance to look back on an incredible 2012 for the player, and remember his goals of the year.

Watch the video below, and tell us which Neymar goal is your favourite this year...

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