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WATCH: Croatian player Ivan Perisic’s son, CONSOLES, teared up Neymar after Brazil crashed out of FIFA World Cup | Football news

In what could be one of the finest moments of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Brazil’s star player Neymar was comforted by a young fan from Croatia, who also happens to be the son of one of their players playing in the tournament. He is Leo Perisic, son of Ivan Perisic, who ran across the field to hug the Brazilian striker after the South American giants were knocked out as Croatia secured a place in the semi-finals. The quarter-final between Croatia and Brazil came to an end. Both sides played neck and neck. After the 90 minutes, the game went into extra time. Neymar gave Brazil a 1-0 lead, but only briefly as Croatia equalized. The match went into a penalty shootout and Brazil ended up losing it.

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The loss against Croatia brought tears to the eyes of the Brazilian players. Neymar was no exception as he looked broken in the middle. But then a beautiful moment occurred when Leo went over to shake his hand. Neymar recognized the warmth in this gesture and hugged him and gave him a kiss on the forehead, making it one of the moving images of the World Cup so far. The Beautiful Game once again lived up to its class, right at that time.

Watch the son of a Croatian footballer hug Neymar below:

Croatia will now face Lionel Messi’s Argentina in the semi-finals. The 2nd quarter final saw some ugly scenes after Argentina beat the Netherlands to advance to the semi finals. Dutch coach Louis van Gaal had attacked Messi in the run-up to this match. And when Messi scored in the match, he gave back to VGL in his own way. Later, the video of Messi went viral where he could be heard calling Dutch star Wout Weghorst ‘stupid’ while giving a TV interview.

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