Neymar might face another set back as he leaves Nigeria friendlies early in tears

Neymar might face another set back as he leaves Nigeria friendlies early in tears
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Neymar is faced with another delay in his career as a supposedly hamstring injury sees limp off the pitch during Brazil friendlies against the Nigeria super eagles.

The PSG star was forced to leave the pitch just 12 minutes into the game against Nigeria following a suspected hamstring injury.

Neymar who was pictured leaving the pitch in tears might be on the verge on missing out many important matches on his club side.

With couple of issues already to sort with the French side, Neymar would have to be on the bench until he is cleared to be fit.

Also had missed the last summer Copa América, due to injury issues, Neymar has been plagued with injury problem on his time at Parc des Princes as he has missed some of the club’s important matches.

In all, the former Barcelona man has missed a total of 40 games since joining PSG which most are accredited to his injuries.

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