Neymar gets hat-trick as PSG hits six
Neymar gets hat-trick as PSG hits six

Neymar scored two free kicks to finish a staggering cap trap as PSG directed Red Star Belgrade 6-1 at the Parc des Princes. The Brazilian, who broke even with comrade Kaka's record of 30 Champions League objectives, was joined on the scoresheet by Kylian Mbappe, Angel Di Maria and Edinson Cavani.

Neymar satisfied his tag as the world’s most costly footballer with a tasteful cap trap in Paris Saint Germain’s 6-1 defeat of Red Star Belgrade to kick begin its Champions League crusade.

After a 3-2 thrashing to Liverpool in the opening round of installations, PSG reacted with an execution of the most elevated quality, roused by the Brazilian who is coming back to top frame after the foot damage which sidelined him for the finish of last season.

Edinson Cavani, Angel di Maria and Kylian Mbappe, who with Neymar frame a group of four which cost PSG over $600 million, were additionally on the scoresheet in an uneven undertaking in the Parc des Princes.

Neymar established the frameworks with two first half objectives in the space of two minutes, the opener a magnificent free kick and after that trading goes with French World Cup legend Mbappe to score the second.

Cavani got the third on 37 minutes with the guide of an avoidance before di Maria beat Milan Borjan in the Red Star objective from a 41st moment cross by Thomas Meunier.

Neymar was associated with setting up Mbappe for his objective halfway during that time half before the little unforeseen of Red Star fans were given some cheer by a 74th moment strike from previous German global winger Marin.

Last word however unavoidably went to Neymar with another twisting free dismiss to round from his cap trap, his tenth objective in nine Ligue 1 and Champions League recreations.

He was quickly substituted by Thomas Tuchel to a merited overwhelming applause, the mentor later depicting his execution as “breathtaking.”

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