Neymar and his amazing Counter Strike skills

The Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar Jr, who is currently sidelined with a foot injury, has shown off his passion for CS:GO in the past. He may have shown off his best clip yet as he posted a 1v5 clutch on Mirage to his Instagram page on February 21. Neymar had been playing alongside fellow soccer pros, including Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus, and finished off his insane clip a cheeky knife.

Although the clip started out as a 2v5, Neymar’s teammate died very quickly after the PSG star was able to strike through the defenses of the enemy squad with a kill of his own, reported Dexerto. After securing the 1v1, the clip cuts to Neymar planting the bomb at the B site.

The Brazilian soccer star has been known to be a fan of the Counter-Strike franchise for awhile now, and has even met up with the likes of MIBR’s Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo. The Brazilian has been a big supporter of teams and players from the region including MIBR & FURIA who have both participated in the ongoing IEM Katowice 2019 CS:GO Major.

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