What Neymar Said To The Referee During Brazil Vs. Costa Rica

Saturday, 23 Jun, 2018

Neymar has been offered support by his coach Tite after the Brazil star was seen crying at the end of the 2-0 victory over Costa Rica.

Neymar played the full match at the Saint Petersburg Stadium and saved his best until the 96th minute, adding a second goal after Philippe Coutinho had broken the deadlock five minutes earlier. "Talk is cheap, even a parrot can do it, but do something. few people can do that!" I cried out of happiness, overcoming, grit and desire to win. Things have never been easy in my life, it would not be now, right!

Brazil's previous two World Cup coaches, Dunga and Luiz Felipe Scolari, had a tendency to lead and encourage protests against referees but the current incumbent Tite is a much calmer presence and it is surprising he has not tried to curb Neymar's excesses.

"He is resuming a process", Tite said.

Asked about the reason behind the decision, a Federation Internationale de Football Association spokesperson said: "The colours are actually shared with the teams in April and are only reconfirmed at the match coordination meeting on the day before the match".

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"He needs some time to resume his high standard".

Minutes before the yellow card, Neymar thought he won a penalty when he fell over backwards theatrically after a slight touch from Giancarlo Gonzalez.

Brazil is coming off a 1-1 draw with Switzerland in its opening match of the 2018 World Cup.

Brazilian forward Neymar argues with Dutch referee Bjorn Kuipers during the World Cup match against Costa Rica.

"The ball came free and Gabriel shielded it well and I managed to score", he said of his breakthrough goal. "We don't want help, Brazil doesn't need help".