Neymar involved in car crash in his Ferrari

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Neymar is pretty quick on the football pitch and it seems he shows no signs of slowing down whilst on the road.

That’s because the Brazilian has been involved in a car accident this weekend whilst travelling to the Barcelona training ground.

Ahead of his side’s La Liga clash with Real Sociedad, Neymar was on his way to a team meeting on Saturday in his red Ferrari.

However, as you can see in the below video, he didn’t quite make it.

Neymar’s Ferrari ended up facing the opposite direction on the side of the road he was driving on. You can also see a rather large dent on the left-hand side of the vehicle.

According to reports, Neymar wasn’t hurt and walked away from the scene. However, the collision would have no doubt shaken him up - not to mention the cost of repairing the damage on his Ferrari.

Although it’s still very early in the campaign, if Barcelona fail to beat Sociedad in Sunday evening’s fixture they will find it very difficult to win their third consecutive league title.

They are already seven points behind their unbeaten El Clasico rivals and one point adrift of Sevilla in second.

But their game in hand against Sociedad certainly won’t be an easy one. Their opponents sit in fifth, just four points behind them, having won four league matches in a row.

Neymar will be hoping he is able to forget his little crash and inspire his Barcelona side to a much-needed victory.

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