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Neymar Out At Least A Few Weeks After Latest Injury Setback

PARIS — Paris Saint-Germain's Brazil forward Neymar will be sidelined until after the international break in mid-November following his injury against Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League, the French club's coach Thomas Tuchel said on Friday.

Neymar came off with a thigh muscle problem in the 26th minute of Wednesday's 2-0 win over the Turkish side.

Neymar’s PUMA Deal Is The Biggest In Sport, And His Signature Boot Is Pure Class

On the pitch, Neymar is one of the most skillful footballers of all time, the undisputed leader of five-time world champion Brazil and the talismanic figure of PSG’s run to the 2020 Champions League final. Off the pitch, Neymar is one of the most recognizable, influential and marketable individuals on the planet. Piece those two facets together and you begin to understand the enormous value of Neymar net worth 2021.  

Neymar Has Passed Ronaldo Into Second On Brazil’s All-Time Scoring List

Neymar overtook Ronaldo and moved into second place behind Pele on Brazil's all-time goalscoring list after notching a hat-trick in a 4-2 victory over Peru on Tuesday in a World Cup qualifier.

The Paris Saint-Germain striker now has 64 goals, two more than Ronaldo and 13 behind Pele, who heads the list with 77, according to the count by world governing body FIFA.

Brazil coach Tite was reluctant to compare his current star with past greats.

Some Non-Batshit Crazy News For Your Feed: Mbappé And Neymar Embarrassing Defenders

This week has been, to put it mildly, a shitshow. From the U.S. presidential debate in which the incumbent was incapable of following simple rules of decorum to that same candidate contracting Covid-19 after flouting simple mask regulations, it’s probably a sign of things to come just two days into October.

So how about a brief reprieve from the crazy, replaced with some crazy good football? How about some highlights of Kylian Mbappé and Neymar doing mean things to PSG’s poor opponent in Ligue 1?

3 PSG Starters Returned From Ibiza With Covid-19

Three Paris Saint-Germain players have tested positive for COVID-19, the Ligue 1 club said on Wednesday.

The club declined to comment when contacted by Reuters about the identity of the players but French sports daily L'Equipe reported Neymar, Angel Di Maria and Leandro Paredes tested positive after returning from Ibiza.

Neymar’s Flying Backheel Assist Is The Moment He So Desperately Wanted In The UCL

With the halftime whistle approaching and PSG nursing a slender 1-0 lead over RB Leipzig despite a dominant opening 45 that included seven shots and 70 percent possession, a horrible turnover from Péter Gulácsi presented the Parisian side with a chance to double its advantage. 

The Leipzig keeper’s pass initially went straight to Leandro Paredes, who rifled a ball at Neymar just inside the area. For the normal footballer there’s not a lot that can be done with Paredes’ pass, but Neymar is not a normal footballer.