Neymar goal caps impressive Brazil win over feisty Austria

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A week before Brazil's World Cup opener against Switzerland, Neymar started for the first time since recovering from fracturing his right foot which kept him out for three months.

The goal tied Neymar with Brazilian legend Romario for third on the country's all-time goalscoring charts. Hindustan Times delivers the news across all social media platforms, on the web, and at your doorstep.

"You can talk, you're Brazilian and you can dream; we're dreaming more and more".

Brazil will hope Neymar can carry the hopes of the nation.

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Neymar, Coutinho and Gabriel Jesus were on the score-sheet as Brazil concluded their World Cup warm-ups with a convincing victory over Austria in Vienna. Shortly after, the team flew to Sochi, its base for the tournament, as those back in their homeland reacted to a win which impressed and boosted expectations of winning an unprecedented sixth world title.

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One young boy broke through security barriers and managed to get close to a group of Brazil players including Neymar, taking a photograph before being led away. After playing Switzerland in Rostov-on-Don on June 17, it faces Costa Rica in St. Petersburg five days later, before wrapping up its Group E campaign against Serbia on June 27 in Moscow. With Neymar back to full fitness and looking sharp, Brazil are the bookmakers' pre-tournament favourites - and it's not hard to understand why.

Both goals displayed the individual brilliance that has made him the most expensive transfer in football history, but yesterday's strike in the 3-0 win over Austria proved to be a historic moment.

A front three of Willian, Neymar and Jesus offers goals, industry and silky samba skills.

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