SINGAPORE – When Brazil last played in Singapore five years ago, a sellout crowd of 51,577 turned out at the National Stadium to catch Neymar’s dazzling tricks and flicks as the superstar scored all four goals in the five-time World Cup champion’s 4-0 win over Japan.
Fans will be able to catch Neymar and Co’s brand of samba football again next month, with the Selecao set to return to Singapore to play two friendlies at the stadium.
The South Americans, ranked second in the Fifa world rankings, will play Senegal (world No. 20) on Oct 10, before taking on three-time Africa Cup of Nations winner Nigeria (33) three days later. This is the first time that both teams are playing here.
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