Neymar vows to persist with showboating despite being told to 'respect his opponents' after attempted nutmeg
Barcelona and Brazil forward Neymar has said he will continue to show off his skills on the pitch even if his showboating upsets opponents.
The forward had to be substituted during Brazil's 5-0 win over Bolivia last week after being elbowed in the face by Yasmani Duk having attempted to pass the ball through the striker's legs.
Despite being left with a bloodied face, and Duk saying after the game that Neymar had to learn how to 'respect his opponents', the Brazilian remains unapologetic for his style of play.
'I'm definitely not going to change, players have to know that when they face me... read more
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