Neymar nutmegs Brazil team-mate Gabriel Jesus at Wembley
By Sky Sports News
Last Updated: 14/11/17 7:45pm
Neymar has got his own back on Gabriel Jesus by nutmegging his Brazil team-mate at Wembley.
England manager Gareth Southgate had dubbed Neymar the "one" player on the planet worth £200m, ahead of facing Brazil in a friendly on Tuesday.
But Manchester City forward Jesus, 20, had embarrassed the world's most expensive player when he managed to slip the ball through Neymar's legs when training with Brazil in London.
But the Paris Saint-Germain star did not need long to teach Jesus a lesson, returning the favour as Brazil got to grips with the Wembley pitch.
Neymar, posting the video on his Instagram, said: "Everything that goes, comes back!"
Jesus has himself been proclaimed the "new Ronaldo" by another Brazil team-mate, Dani Alves, in the build-up to Tuesday's World Cup warm-up match - but the City striker let his guard down just long enough for Neymar to show he is still the Selecao's main man.
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Both players are expected to start in a strong Brazil line-up to face England, who will be without a number of experienced players for the game due to injuries.
England's own rising talent, Marcus Rashford, who Ryan Giggs claimed he would rather have in his side than Jesus, is in line to lead the attack alongside Jamie Vardy against Brazil.
Watch Neymar get his revenge against Gabriel Jesus in the video above.
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