Neymar is currently chasing the title with the PSG star team – and is vying for the best win with Brazil. However, it will be over quickly, because the striker was now surprised with a statement.

According to Brazilian Neymar, next year’s Qatar World Cup is expected to be the last appearance in the biggest football arena. The 29-year-old from Paris Saint-Germain wrote in the documentary “Neymar Jr. and the Line of Kings”, “I think this is my last World Cup,” the broadcaster told DASN on Sunday. “I see them as my last person because I don’t know if I still have the mental strength to cope with football.”

Neymar and the Brazilian national team qualified for the World Cup in Colombia on Sunday. The exceptional striker was just eight more goals short of the record-breaking world champion jersey that preceded Brazil’s record-breaking goal with 77 goals. The film is about the great pressure placed on Neymar by the confidence of Pele’s heir and “Seleno”.

The 113-time national player has yet to win a world title. He missed 1: 7 against Germany in the semifinals in his home country in 2014 after injuring himself in the quarterfinals against Colombia. His third match is the World Cup to be held in Qatar from November 2022 if Brazil qualifies. Neymar says he will give his all to win the competition with his country, thus fulfilling his biggest childhood dream.

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