Barcelona superstar Neymar gave Brazil the lead in the Olympics final with an amazing free-kick from over 25 yards that swerved past the keeper into the top-left corner.
Neymar has developed into a specialist from dead-ball situations and he showed it once again in the final of the Rio Olympics 2016 against Germany by converting a free-kick from over 25 yards.
The Barcelona superstar curled his shot over the wall and into the top left corner of the goal past goalkeeper Timo Horn to give his side the lead in the 27th minute. The goal was crucial as Germany then brought themselves level and the match went to penalties. Neymar converted the penultimate spot-kick to hand Brazil the gold medal in front of the home crowd at Rio.