Saturday, 28 June 2014

World Cup: Best yet to come from Neymar, says Willian


Brazil midfielder Willian has warned Chile ahead of their last-16 clash, claiming Neymar is yet to show his best form at the FIFA World Cup, Soccerway reports.
Neymar scored four goals in three games in Group A as host nation Brazil sealed their passage into the round of 16, with Mexico joining them in the knockout phase.
The Barcelona forward bagged a brace against Cameroon on Monday to secure top spot and set up a do-or-die fixture with South American rivals Chile in Belo Horizonte on Saturday.
And while Willian believes the 22-year old is only going to get better as the tournament goes on, he insists the mercurial forward will not be carrying the burden alone.
“I don’t think he’s even gotten started yet,” the Chelsea player told reporters.
“I think that the potential that Neymar has means he can do much more for the team. Everyone knows the quality that he has. But it should be made clear that he doesn’t play alone.
“It will also depend on us to play well and help him. We’re always here to help him. He brings us just as much joy to play together.”

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