Jun 23, 2014 at 9pm UK at ‚ÄčEstadio Nacional Mane Garrincha, Brasilia
CameroonCameroon
1-4
Brazil
Matip (26')
Enoh (11'), Salli (75'), M'Bia (80')
FT(HT: 1-2)
Neymar (18', 34'), Fred (49'), Fernandinho (84')

Neymar: 'There is no pressure on me'

Neymar:
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Neymar suggests that he is immune to any extra pressure on Brazil at this year's World Cup.

Brazilian striker Neymar has insisted that he is not feeling any pressure, despite fans expecting La Selecao to win the World Cup in their homeland.

The Barcelona frontman was on target twice in their win over Cameroon, but Neymar says that he is merely living a dream when putting on a national team shirt.

The forward told a post-match press conference: "There is no pressure. I've always said in interviews there's no pressure when you are making a dream come true, something that you sought after as an objective when you were a kid.

"I am playing in matches I have always dreamed about. I want to help my fellow players not just to score goals but to do whatever it takes to score."

Neymar now has four goals to his name at this World Cup, after netting a brace in the opening match against Croatia.

Brazil's defender David Luiz (R) vies with Cameroon's forward Vincent Aboubakar during a Group A football match on June 23, 2014
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