Brazil and PSG superstar Neymar has opened up on what he considers to be the worst moment of his career.
I have had a number of difficult moments in my career, but what happened during the World Cup in Brazil is the most painful memory,” the 26-year-old told La Gazzetta dello Sport. “It was my childhood dream to become world champion on home soil, but it all went wrong because of an injury that could have forced me to leave football altogether. That was a really difficult week for me. Fortunately, I was close to my friends and family. It’s important to be able to call on the help of your beloved ones in a moment like that.”
The Brazilian described as the most painful moment of his career. He is at the peak of his career now at PSG and despite losing out on winning the much coveted trophy of the FIFA World Cup this year in Russia, Neymar will feel he has enough time on his side to mount a challenge once again in 2022 when the event will be hosted in Qatar.
The Brazilian is one of the biggest stars in the modern game and certainly has the individual brilliance to aid the Brazilian trophy to a World Cup victory.
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