Neymar Jr. shows his skills with an orange, socks and toilet roll

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We all know what Neymar can do with a ball at his feet. The Barcelona star has unbelievable talent and is destined to one day replace Lionel Messi as the main protagonist at the Camp Nou.

We have had a little glimpse into the future since the Argentine was injured against Las Palmas. His Brazilian teammate has emphatically stepped up, playing a part in 12 of Barca's last 13 goals and keeping them hot on the heels of Real Madrid.

But one question we've always been dying to know about the South American superstar is, how good is he at kick ups with random items? Well, with the help of YouTubers F2Freestylers, we finally have an answer.


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Neymar linked up with the pair to test his juggling skills with an orange, some football socks and toilet roll. The result? Well, see for yourself by watching the video below.


The 23-year-old has arguably been in the form of his life in Catalunya in the absence of Messi. Barca have recovered from their 2-1 defeat at Sevilla to go on a run of four straight wins in the league and Champions League.

Neymar's quick feet and dazzling skill have mesmerised opponents and he was irresistible in the Blaugrana's 5-2 win over Rayo Vallecano - scoring four goals and winning two penalties.

With the four-time Ballon d'Or winner set to miss the Clasico clash with Real Madrid on November 21, the responsibility continues to rest on Neymar and Luis Suarez's shoulders.

But the former Santos man has shown he has what it takes to be the best.

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