Neymar Still Stands as the Copa America Leader in One Notable Playmaking Stat

Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar produced yet another top showing as a playmaker during Brazil’s key 2021 Copa America semifinal win against Peru.

Neymar recorded an assist and created multiple goal-scoring chances for teammates over the course of the match.

For the moment, Neymar still ranks at the top of the leaderboard in key passes per game in this year’s Copa America tournament, as he currently holds a keen 3.6 average.

Argentina forward Lionel Messi currently ranks second behind the Brazilian forward in this stat as he holds a key 3.0 average.

Messi has also had brilliant showings as a playmaker in this Copa America tournament, which includes the recent performance against Bolivia in the quarterfinal round, where he recorded two assists and created five goal-scoring chances for teammates.

Messi and Neymar have well been the top two talents in this tournament, as they have wowed many with their superb goal-scoring and playmaking prowess.

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