Neymar was taken off with 11 minutes remaining in the game for Brazil, and the team was left concerned about the forward’s health. This was despite the fact that Brazil won its inaugural World Cup game by a resounding margin over Serbia.
Even while head coach Tite allayed worries that the striker would miss the next game on November 28 against Switzerland, the team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar was a bit less committal about the situation.
“Neymar had a blow to the right ankle, and it was a direct damage. We began treatment for him as soon as he was on the bench,” said the coach. We need to wait for twenty-four to forty-eight hours to get a better evaluation, but we have not booked an MRI and we are unable to make any premature comments,” Lasmar added.
Despite receiving the blow around the 68th minute, the forward for Paris Saint-Germain continued to play and was engaged in the buildup play that led to Richarlison’s incredible goal. On the other hand, he walked off the field in tears with a clearly injured ankle.
According to Tite, “we are sure that he will continue playing at this World Cup.” “He misled me, too, in an effort to remain on the field.”
Even the man of the moment, Richarlison, was concerned about Neymar’s physical condition. It seems like Nay has suffered an injury to his ankle. When I spotted him before he went in for the drug test, I urged the other people to put a lot of ice on the table. According to the player who scored two goals, “it is one hundred percent crucial for us that he heals before the next game.”