The player, who was injured in Brazil’s World Cup debut, shared an image in his stories that excites the Scratch fans.
Undoubtedly, one of the images of the first date of the World Cup in Qatar was the ankle injury suffered by Neymar in Brazil’s match against Serbia. The PSG player he had to leave the field with a visibly swollen ankle and broke down in tears when he was already on the bench.
And although there is still no official information on the time that Neymar will have to spend to recover, there are several who already They suggest that it is impossible to see the player again in the first phase of the tournament. And even some more pessimists question whether the player can play in Qatar again.
For now, only speculations that put the Scatch fans on alert, who They have their hopes set on the former Santos so that Brazil can lift the cup after 20 years of long wait.
That is why, in the face of so much crossed information, it was Neymar himself who posted a story on his social networks that calls for hope. The Brazilian crack published a writing of a book in which the title “Have faith” can be seenaccompanied by a deep reflection.
“It is believing that everything will be fine, even during chaos. It is the certainty that all the best is yet to come. It is understanding that everything has its due time. Faith is beyond human capacity, we cannot see, but we can feel,” the text, written in Portuguese, said.
In addition, he published congratulations to the team for the 2-0 win over Serbia.“Difficult match, but it was important to win. Congratulations, team, first step taken… Six to go,” he said.
The information from the medical staff itself about Neymar’s situation is that he suffered a sprain in the ankle of his right leg. However, to be clearer about the recovery periods, they must wait for the ankle to deflate and thus have a clearer perspective of the damage.
For now, It is almost a fact that Neymar will not be able to be present in Brazil’s second matchHe, before Switzerland. That commitment will be played on June 28 at 1:00 p.m. in Chile.
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