Will Neymar shine at the World Cup? Why the Brazil squad and Laurens are excited | ESPN FC

By | November 20, 2022

Julien Laurens tells Gab Marcotti on The Gab and Juls Show why he agrees with Marquinhos’ assessment that a more mature Neymar is ready for a big World Cup tournament.

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Brazil made their debut against Serbia And marquinos had some revealing things To say about Neymar yeah I thought so Gabi came up in in the presser uh on on Thursday and basically said How much I Know I know Neymar he's my brother we so Close everything they said I can see how Ready it is for this world cup how Focused how committed and he said he Said the line that was very interesting I thought especially knowing Maki as Well he said like he's changed his Lifestyle he's changed the life kind of Outside of football which really if you Read between the lines is like there's Less partying the Slate may be gaming Late and that kind of stuff less of his Sister's birthday I don't know but I Don't know exactly what but I think this Is this is it this is like a 30 years Old now is the maturity that we see from Neymar also comes from the fact that He's as cut maybe a lot of the things That he would have done at a younger age And I think to get ready for this world Cup which was always going to be the Objective of the season and his first Half of the season was like okay now I'm Gonna put everything on my side to make Sure that I arrive at my best in Qatar And that's why he's done I mean this for In terms of in terms of highs I don't Know but in terms of consistency this Might be the best three four months now

That he's had certainly since he would Win a PSG maybe including his time in Barcelona yeah since the 14th 15th Season this is the best we've ever seen Him Well thank you very much for watching ESPN on YouTube for more sports Highlights and Analysis be sure to Download the ESPN app and for live Streaming premium content and let's not Forget as well ESPN FC seven days a week Subscribe to ESPN Plus