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Neymar leads Brazil with hat trick
March 5th, 2014 4:32PM
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[WORLD CUP 2014 FRIENDLIES]Host Brazil showed why it is the favorite to capture the 2014 World Cup with a 5-0 demolition of 2010 host South Africa in Johannesburg.

Neymar scored a hat trick to give him 30 goals for Brazil, and English-based midfielders Oscar (Chelsea) and Fernandinho (Manchester City) added goals in a match that drew more more than 51,000 fans.

World Cup 2014 Friendlies:

March 5 in Podgorica
Montenegro 1 Ghana 0.Goal: Damjanovic pen. 1.

March 5 in Johannesburg.
South Africa 0 Brazil 5.Goals: Oscar 10, Neymar 41, 46, 90+1, Fernandinho 79.

March 5 in Blida
Algeria 2 Slovenia 0.Goals: Soudani 45, Taider 56.

March 5 in Barcelona
Colombia 1 Tunisia 1.Goals: Rodriguez pen. 20;  Khazri 35.


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