Neymar Set a New Record During Brazil’s Copa America Win Over Colombia

Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar provided for fireworks during the late stages of Brazil’s 2021 Copa America group stage win over Colombia.

In the final minutes of the match, Neymar assisted Casemiro for what wound up being the game-winning goal for the Selecao.

Neymar will certainly not be forgetting this assist anytime soon, as it secured a key Copa America group stage win for Brazil and also set a new record.

Neymar surpassed Pele to become Brazil’s all-time leader in assists with 48.

The PSG star has racked up assists in multiple international competitions, including in the FIFA Confederations Cup.

Overall, Neymar currently sits at 116 total goal involvements in his career with the Brazilian national team, as he has notched 68 goals and 48 assists over 107 international fixtures.

Neymar will certainly now be looking ahead to setting another record with the Brazilian national team, as he currently needs 10 more goals to become the Selecao’s all-time leading goal-scorer.

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