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Neymar scores just three minutes into Confederations Cup opener

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Neymar laughs at your pressure! With all eyes on him in the Confederations Cup opening match between host nation Brazil and Japan, it took Neymar all of three minutes to score a fantastic goal with a blast from outside the box.

With that goal, 21-year-old Neymar not only excited the home fans, but also Barcelona, who recently paid €57 million for his services. Just another day in the life of the most hyped young footballer on the planet.

Here's David Luiz really enjoying the celebration...

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