Brazilian star Neymar da Silva, the French striker of Paris Saint-Germain, is looking for his first goal against the Argentine national team in many years, in the Super Clasico that brings them together at nine o’clock on Sunday evening, at the Arena Corinthians, in the sixth round of South American qualifiers. Qualification for the 2022 World Cup.
Neymar scored 3 goals with the Brazilian national team against tango dancers in all tournaments, where he scored his first goals in the confrontation that took place between them on September 28, 2011, and then returned again to score on September 19, 2012.
Neymar’s last goal against Brazil dates back to November 10, 2016, when he scored a goal in the Seleção victory with three goals without a response in the qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup, specifically 1760 days ago.
During his career with the Brazilian national team, Neymar scored 68 goals during his participation in 11 matches in various competitions, to occupy the second place in the list of historical scorers for Seleção behind the legend Pele, who has 92 goals in 77 matches.
On the other hand, Brazil continued its impressive results in the South American qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, after reaching its seventh consecutive victory at the expense of its host Chile, with a clean goal, in the meeting that brought them together in the early hours of Friday morning, at the “Monmental David Stadium” Orlando, in the capital, Santiago, in the ninth round of the qualifiers.
Brazil raised its score to 21 points at the top of the South American qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, 6 points ahead of Argentina, runner-up with 15 points, which beat Venezuela 3-1.