Neymar Jr.

Neymar's Netflix Series Is Fascinating In Ways That Neymar Probably Didn't Intend

Warning: Spoilers Ahead (Brazil doesn't win the 2014 World Cup) 

"He's in constant chaos, you know? He often creates it," says Dani Alves with a laugh during the opening of Neymar's new Netflix documentary. "He seems to enjoy that perfect chaos."

And with that we not only have the basis of the title — Neymar: The Perfect Chaos — but a good synopsis of the polarizing footballer who delights in the roles of entertainer, savior, clown, antihero and villain without ever really knowing, or caring, which mask he's going to don on any given day. 

The Trailer For Neymar's New Netflix Series Is Here

Love him, hate him or simply appreciate the dazzling array of skills and laugh at the ability to turn into Simone Biles on the floor, Neymar is one of only a handful of footballers that completely captivate when taking the pitch. Of course there's also the lifestyle off it: the numerous love interests, the Gatsby-esque parties fueled by an annual income of $95 million, the ever-present entourage and everything he means to a football-mad country like Brazil.

Neymar Could’ve Scored The Goal Of The Tournament; Gabriel Jesus Found The Winner Instead

When these teams met in Paris a couple of months ago, Manchester City bossed the game but PSG still won by two. In Manchester, the Citizens didn’t quite dominate as much, but they came away with what matters most: more goals. 

How To Stop Lionel Messi? Man In Jeans Has The Answer During Le Classique

With El Clásico, Reds-Red Devils, the Derby d'Italia and Le Classique all falling on Sunday, American viewers were presented with a smörgåsbord of hatred and fury from across Europe. 

Marseille’s standing as an epicenter of football culture and fandom has long been under-appreciated by the English-speaking world, but there’s no denying that — for better or worse — the Vélodrome had the best atmosphere of all the aforementioned games.  

CONMEBOL En Llamas: Siete Selecciones Luchan Por Dos Cupos Y Medio Al Mundial De Catar

¡Oh, boy! El cliché dice que las eliminatorias de la CONMEBOL son las más difíciles del mundo y el camino a Catar 2022 sirve como buen ejemplo. Fuera de Brasil y Argentina -en el avión a Medio Oriente- y una virtualmente eliminada Venezuela, hay otras siete selecciones luchando por dos cupos directos y uno al repechaje.

Terminada la triple fecha de octubre, la pelea es estrecha. Quedando seis jornadas son apenas seis puntos los que separan al tercer lugar (Ecuador) del noveno (Perú).

Pochettino Leaps To Neymar’s Defense After Brazilian Hints At Early Retirement

Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino is confident that Neymar will play for many more years after the Brazil forward this week said that the next World Cup could be his last.

Neymar, 29, said Qatar 2022 could be his final appearance at the tournament because he was not sure if had the "strength of mind to deal with football anymore.”

Neymar Hints His International Retirement Could Come As Soon As Next Year For Mental Health Reasons

In an interview with DAZN fans learned that the date of a Neymar international retirement could come much sooner than anticipated. Neymar said that he expects the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to be his curtain call with Brazil’s national team. It's not for certain if he will continue to play anymore international soccer after 2022. What is for certain in his mind is that he won't be playing in the 2026 North America World Cup.

“I don’t know if I have the strength of mind to deal with football anymore,” Neymar said.

Messi, Neymar And Mbappé Combine To Lose To Stade Rennais

RENNES, France - Paris Saint-Germain suffered their first defeat of the season when they were beaten 2-0 at Rennes on Sunday to drop their first Ligue 1 points of the season.

Rennes won thanks to goals by Gaëtan Laborde and Flavian Tait each side of the interval to end PSG's eight-game winning run in the league.

PSG, only previously beaten in the pre-season Trophée des Champions by Lille, stayed top of the standings with 24 points, six ahead of second-placed Lens who beat Reims 2-0 on Friday. Rennes moved up to seventh on 12 points.

El Parque De Los Príncipes A Sus Pies: King Messi Convirtió Su Primer Gol Con El PSG


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Las tribunas del Parque de los Príncipes explotaron hoy por primera vez ante el genio de Lionel Messi. Después de 100 minutos en Ligue 1 y 164 en Champions League, el jugador argentino finalmente dejó su magia en las redes, convirtiendo en la victoria por 2-0 sobre el Manchester City.

Primer Gol de Messi en PSG

El debut goleador de Messi con el PSG ocurrió en el minuto 74 de juego y selló la victoria parisina. ¿La confección de la conquista? Lo más Messi que uno puede imaginar.