DOHA, Qatar (AP) — It was the same old Neymar out there, looking fit and scoring a goal to move closer to Pelé’s all-time record and lead Brazil into the World Cup quarterfinals. Neymar returned from injury and converted a first-half penalty in Brazil’s 4-1 win over South Korea in the round of 16 on Monday. He reached 76 goals with the national team, one shy of the mark set by Pelé, who said he would watch the match from his hospital bed in Sao Paulo. “I was very scared,” Neymar said. “It was ve
The Three Lions play France in a World Cup quarter-final on Saturday and the last round of 16 matches will take place today with Spain and Portugal both in action
The France striker has scored five times in the tournament so far.