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Neymar looks to Messi

Neymar has said that he looks to Leo Messi as a model of how to play the game.

The Santos man was outclassed as his team lost 4-0 to a rampant Leo Messi inspired Barcelona today.

"Messi is really impressive, he is the number one", said Neymar.

"He is one of the players who has influenced me the most and I try to copy the way he plays the game in some ways."


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Taye Ronaldo, Nigeria
Neymar might be right but as me, i rather copy from cr7, the master of soccer.

Sani zakariyau, Nigeria
As Nemar said messi is number one in the world it's true, any player want be like him, nemar is right to copy from him so that he can improve and it's good to any player to copy from one that is better than him. I will copy from nemar to be like him.

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