(Sporting Alert) — Neymar scored a fantastic goal inside the opening minutes and Brazil lead Japan 1-0 at half-time in their Confederations Cup – Group A opener at Estádio Nacional here on Saturday.
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The Barcelona new forward fired home brilliantly past Eiji Kawashima after three-minutes, following a chest down past by Fred that landed in his path.
Neymar used his technical skills to get right over the ball and kept it down as it raced into the top corner of the goal, giving the diving Kawashima no chance.
The goal was Neymar’s 21 in 35 games and he will certainly be looking to add more to his tally.
Both Keisuke Honda and Shinji Kagawa came close to scoring for Japan, with the best chance coming from the former, who watched his free-kick pushed away by the alerted Júlio César in the Brazil goal.
Brazil v Japan
Brazil: Julio Cesar, Dani Alves, Thiago Silva, Luiz, Marcelo, Oscar, Gustavo, Paulinho, Fred, Neymar, Hulk
Subs: Jefferson, Fernando, Lucas Moura, Hernanes, Dante, Filipe Luis, Jean, Rever, Bernard, Jo, Jadson, Cavalieri
Japan: Kawashima, Konno, Nagatomo, Uchida, Yoshida, Endo, Honda, Kiyotake, Kagawa, Hasebe, Okazaki
Subs: Nishikawa, Inoha, Gotuko Sakai, Havenaar, Hosogai, Nakamura, Kurihara, Maeda, Inui, Takahashi, Hiroki Sakai, Gonda
Referee: Pedro Proenca (Portugal)