A great artist of his generation, Neymar is currently one of the best footballers in the world.
With silky skills and that sizable clutch gene, the Brazilian has a reputation for making sure everyone who watches him knows he’s playing.
With over 320 club career goals under his belt, let’s take a look at the teams who have felt Neymar’s wrath more often than others.
The Brazilian loves a game against the Serbian giants, scoring a hat-trick in his first game against them before a goal and making his only other appearance.
All of Neymar’s goals against Dijon came in one match, with PSG destroying them 8-0 and the Brazilian getting four.
Messi and Neymar’s partnership was in full swing here as Neymar scored one of his four strikes against Elche with the flair we’re all used to seeing.
Neymar scored his third La Liga hat-trick against Las Palmas, in the season when MSN has raged across Europe.
Neymar has a wide variety of goals in his record, including set pieces as Sporting Gijon discovered in 2017.
During MSN’s reign of terror, Neymar made Getafe feel his anger with four goals in three matches.
The Brazilian’s stay in France was brilliant and he capped a magnificent performance against Lille with a brace last time.
A man of great matches, Neymar shone in the semi-finals of the 2014/15 Champions League by scoring three times in the draw. Bayern had the final say in the 2020 Champions League final.
Even before coming to Europe, Neymar was a star in his native Brazil for Santos, scoring four goals in six games against Palmeiras.
The goal that captured the world’s attention, Neymar scored this stunning against Flamengo to win the 2011 Puskas Prize.
Neymar’s time in Spain has been littered with trophies, including the 2016 Copa del Rey, which he scored second in extra time as Barcelona won the final 2-0.
Guingamp fans won’t want to remember this one, but Neymar scored two and landed an assist in a NINE win in 2019.
Neymar’s form against Angers has continued until this season, where he has scored twice to continue his scoring record in every game he has played against them.
Neymar started his fun against Bordeaux in his first game against them, scoring twice and securing an assist in a 6-2 win. He’s scored in every game except one that he played against them too.
Neymar’s last two goals against Coritiba came in 2012, including this magnificent solo effort.
Neymar’s injuries in France mean he has only faced them twice in the league, but that hasn’t stopped him from scoring five goals in five games in all competitions.
Neymar’s time in Brazil made him a superstar and he also clashed with former King Ronaldinho in this game.
Neymar managed a hat-trick and got an assist in his last game against Cruzeiro, earning a standing ovation from opposing supporters at the end of the game. Legendary.
A superb solo race, in the middle of a hat-trick, Neymar showed he was too good for Brazilian national football in 2012.
AS Monaco have only beaten one PSG side containing Neymar, with the Brazilian scoring five times in seven matches against them.
A hat-trick in 2014 was the first time Granada had felt the Brazilian’s wrath and he scored twice more against them as well before leaving for France.
Neymar was never quite the man in Barcelona because of a certain Lionel Messi, but you could always count on him to score goals when they needed them.
The story goes that before the 2011 game, the Atletico PR boss held up a photo of Neymar in the dressing room and tore it up to motivate his players. Neymar responded by scoring four and having two more turned down.
Another game where the Brazilian decided a hat-trick wasn’t quite enough, so he hit Rayo for four and added an assist in a 5-2 win.
Do you want salsa with this chip? He has scored in five different matches against Celta, including one in each of the last four games he has played against them.
Neymar has played against Atletico Madrid more than anyone in his career and scored that magical free kick against them as one of his six strikes.
Before playing for PSG, Neymar terrorized them for Barcelona by scoring seven times. We couldn’t pick one lens that stood out, so here are all of them.
The Scottish champions hate the sight of Neymar, whether he’s playing at PSG or Barcelona. Neymar’s teams have beaten Celtic 28-2 in all six matches he’s played and he’s got seven on his own.
Barcelona have won the Copa del Rey three times in a row while Neymar was a club and he scored in all three finals, including that wonderful left footer in 2015.
Potentially, the best goal Neymar has scored since arriving in Europe has come against his favorite opponents, with a header and volley from Dele Alli-esque against Villarreal.