Neymar Gets The Last Laugh In Flop Feud With DeAndre Yedlin

Our two favorite little twinkle toe boys are beefing, and it’s pretty cute.

Neymar’s return to the Seleção for a pair of September friendlies against the USMNT and El Salvador brought forth the requisite questions concerning his World Cup antics, and the Paris Saint-Germain star was measured in his response to being labelled a diver before meeting the U.S. in New Jersey on Friday. 

But the inquest followed the 26-year-old on to the pitch last night after he was on the receiving end of a foul by American defender DeAndre Yedlin. As spotted on Twitter, it wasn’t hard to discern Yedlin’s reaction to the decision.

But after the match, and Brazil’s comfortable 2-0 win, Neymar would have the last laugh. When asked about Yedlin’s comments, the Brazilian fired back: “Unfortunately I don’t have much to say. I feel sorry for him. He’s the type of player who… I don’t know so I have no reason to be worried about it.”

Brazil returns to action on Tuesday with a match against El Salvador at FedExField in Landover, Maryland. The unknown Yedlin and his teammates will also play Tuesday night against Mexico in Nashville. 

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