Barcelona superstar Neymar scored the fastest goal in Olympic history in the semi-finals at Rio, opening the scoring for Brazil against Honduras.
Neymar was a man on a mission as Brazil started the semi-final on the front foot against Honduras at Rio. Honduras already had a seemingly tough task to handle the Samba superstars and their job got tougher as the Barcelona attacker opened the scoring for Brazil just 14 seconds into the first half.
Neymar took a tumble in the proces,s but he was not the only thing to fall as his goal broke the record for the fastest goal scored in the history of Olympics, adding another feather to the forward’s already illustrious career.
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Neymar then went on to add two assists in the first half as Brazil romped to a 6-0 win to book a place in the finals of the Rio Olympics, securing themselves of a silver medal at the very least.