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Pele's record that Neymar beat against Colombia

Neymar continues to break records in the Brazilian national team, and this afternoon, he again surpassed Pelé in a new milestone.

Neymar and Pele
Neymar and Pele

Colombia and Brazil draw 0-0 for a new date of the South American Qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. Neymar was the great novelty of the 11th starter, in the last game he was not even on the substitute bench, but on today he seeked to overcome a new one brand for his individual honors.

The match between the Cafetera and Verde-amarela teams will be an atypical meeting, Colombia will seek to achieve a victory and hope that Ecuador and Uruguay lose, in order to climb to the direct qualification positions for the World Cup. Brazil, for its part, will seek to win to continue stretching its string of games without defeats. Despite this, all the focus of the game will be taken by the Brazilian star Neymar.

Ney, who could not be in the last game against Venezuela, will return to the starting eleven and will surpass Pelé in a new brand. The skilled Brazilian will reach 114 games played with the Brazilian National Team and will leave Pelé and Djalma Santos behind with 113 games in his history.

The rest of the podium is made up of Cafu, first with 150 appearances, Roberto Carlos, second with 132 games, Roberto Rivelino and Dani Alves, occupying third and fourth places with 120 games played in their national team.

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