Neymar is absolutely brilliant. That is now undebatable. His latest goal against Spain to end the first half of the Confederations Cup shows exactly why he's already one of the best players in the world.
After initially running offside, the striker pulled up his run to get back in line with the Spain defenders. When he received the pass, he opened up his body, took a touch, and roofed a left-footed shot to beat Iker Casillas, one of the best keepers in the world, at the near post.
Neymar's now scored four goals in five games, but what's even more impressive is how Brazil is manhandling Spain in the final. Outside of one great chance, the world champions have barely gotten a sniff at goal, while Brazil has looked fresher, faster, hungrier, and better overall. Fred just scored his second goal of the game, and Spain now trail, 3-0.