Wednesday September 9th, 2015

Neymar continued his blistering international scoring pace with two goals in Brazil's 4–1 friendly rout of the United States.

The two sides squared off at Gillette Stadium in a match that was largely one-sided, with Neymar entering as a second-half substitute and promptly getting to work, drawing then hitting a 51st-minute penalty kick past Brad Guzan. He followed up with a 67th-minute score, receiving the ball in the box and taking two decisive touches before finishing near post through several U.S. defenders.

With 46 goals in 67 international caps, 23-year-old Neymar sits just two goals behind Zico for fourth all-time in Brazil history. Pele, the country's all-time leader, scored 77.

Both goals can be seen below.

Jeremy Woo

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