Brazil is on their way to the quarter finals of World Cup after a victory over Chile in a Belo Horizonte in a 1-1 draw. Neymar took the shining moment from Julio Cesar, who was responsible of Chile’s two penalties.
The crowds at Estádio Mineirão cheered in victory after Gonzalo Jara’s missed a kick, Neymar was knocked out at the center circle. Everyone is expecting that when Fifa prepares the eight-team guest list for the World Cup quarter-finals they will add the “plus 10” in Neymar’s invite.
Brazil won’t face much up to a challenge in taking Chile to a match. Brazil and Chile’s powers have obviously been coming head to head, in terms of the leading team popularities in the World Cup. The only challenge for Brazil in facing its opponents in the tournament is that they only got one player like Neymar. Neymar was responsible for most of the victories Brazil has achieved so far. If Neymar takes some time off again, like what he did in the first half, Brazil will probably left hanging with no leading player to bring the team back-to-back victories.
Neymar’s only downside was when he messed up scoring in the first half of Belo Horizonte. But, it obviously looked like another victory is not out of the question, as long as Neymar is up and running in the tournament. The physical strength exhibited by the star player was outstanding on its own, that no other player can match up to his comparison.