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►What is Neymar Jr’s Five?
The name of the event comes from there being five players on each team, but there’s little other comparison with regular five-a-side. There are no goalkeepers for a start, and every time someone scores their opponents lose one player, until 10 frenetic minutes are up or one team runs out of players. A draw leads to a one-on-one play-off situation to decide the result.
Catch up on all of the action from the Neymar Jr’s Five World Final in Brazil, where Mexico’s Deportivo Mago and local heroines Resenha 013 outplayed them all to be crowned 2018 world champions.
No sooner does Neymar Jr return from starring for his country in the world’s biggest football tournament than he’s back where it all began for him, at Praia Grande near Santos in Brazil for the third running of his own highly anticipated soccer competition, the Neymar Jr’s Five World Final 2018.After qualifiers in 62 countries that featured 34,944 players in 9,588 matches, only the very best made it to play in the World Final of the planet’s biggest five-a-side football tournament at the Instituto Projeto Neymar Jr. Watch the full event again in the player below and then read on to find out who was crowned Neymar Jr’s Five 2018 champions.
Mexico’s title-winning Deportivo Mago didn’t even need the full 10 minutes to beat Argentina’s Ofensivo in the mixed final. After winning all eight of the their previous matches over the weekend, the Mexicans dominated the final game, running out 5–2 winners over their Argentinian rivals with 1m 10s still left on the clock.
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