Neymar continued his amazing international scoring record when he scored four goals for Brazil against Japan in Singapore on Tuesday.
The Barcelona man calmly rounded the goalkeeper and slotted home after a fine through ball from Diego Tardelli to give Brazil the lead.
He then doubled Brazil's advantage with another coolly taken strike—this time it was Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho who provided the lovely through ball.
Coutinho has just provided a beautiful assist for Neymar! http://t.co/8XaCBvHL8O— Liverpool FC Vines (@LFC_Vines) October 14, 2014
The Coutinho-Neymar double act combined again in the 77th minute, as Neymar completed his hat-trick when he rolled in Coutinho's saved effort:
¡HAT-TRICK DE NEYMAR! https://t.co/HyV5QZREro— Neymar (@CFNeymar11) October 14, 2014
Number four soon followed as the Barcelona man delighted the fans with a header from Kaka's cross.
Four! Neymar heads in Kaka cross to net his fourth against Japan https://t.co/p1l0R7gGNM— GoalClips (@GoalClips) October 14, 2014
Neymar has now scored 40 goals in 58 games for Brazil, despite still being only 22 years of age.