Thursday, July 28, 2011

Neymar Scores Wonderful Goal for Santos But Ronaldinho Wins the Night for Flamengo

On Wednesday night in Rio de Janeiro, Neymar once again showed why he's one of the most talked about young Brazilian football players thanks to this beauty of a goal in the 26th minute that gave Santos an early 3-0 lead over Flamengo. Unfortunately for Santos, they ended up losing this offensive battle 4-5, with Ronaldinho picking up a hat trick for the visiting Flamengo, which managed to score three goals in the first half too. This was only Flamengo's second win at Vila Belmiro Stadium since 1976.

See Also - When Neymar is Neymar: He Scores a Copa Libertadores Hat Trick

And See Also - Neymar . . . Copa Libertadores . . . Enough Said

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