Neymar's Chapeu, No-Look Pass Highlights Amazing Skills in Brazil vs. Cameroon

Mark Patterson@@MarkPattersonBRUK Staff WriterJune 23, 2014

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Neymar scored two first-half goals to get Brazil in front against Cameroon in their final Group A game, but his range of tricks will get everyone talking as well.

The forward pulled off a couple of remarkable moments of skill late in the first half.

First, he executed a chapeu—a flick over his opposite number's head—having controlled a long ball.

Then, he played an incredible no-look pass to set up a chance on goal. 

You might need to take a second look just to see how he played the pass—certainly, the Cameroon defence did.

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