It seems that Neymar’s attempts to place himself in the history of Brazilian football continue, as the Paris Saint-Germain star has identified his next goal in this matter.
Neymar, along with his colleagues, seeks to crown his country’s national team with the next World Cup in Qatar, but this desire does not negate that he has other individual goals.
The Paris star talked about exceeding the number of Brazilian legend Pele in the coming period, and it seems that he has put this goal among his priorities.
Pele has the historical record for the most Brazilian player to score for his country, after he scored 77 goals against opponents in 92 matches.
But his position at the top of the list is now under serious threat as current Brazil star Neymar seeks to cement his legacy.
The Paris Saint-Germain winger scored 75 goals in 121 matches, putting him just two goals behind Pele, an easy number to break.