- Neymar Jnr couldn’t resist the soothing sound of Kizz Daniel’s hit record ‘Buga’ as he was spotted energetically dancing to the song
- Buga is currently the number one song in Africa and has been trending globally with social media users actively using it for their videos.
- Neymar Jnr featured for Paris Saint Germain this weekend as the French champions beat Clermont Foot
Brazilian striker Neymar Jnr celebrated Paris Saint German’s victory over Clermont Foot by playing on the Nigerian record ‘Buga’.
Buga is a table song by Nigerian singer Kizz Daniel who is currently number one in Africa and has found its way around the world, with social media users actively frequenting it for their videos.
In a video posted on ICT Tacspotted by sports briefsNeymar Jnr was energetically dancing to the song in a club.
Robert Lewandowski scores a marvelous goal as the striker nets Barcelona’s first goal in a 6-0 friendly win
Neymar Jnr played as Paris Saint Germain opened their season with a resounding victory in Clermont Football. The Brazilian opened the scoring as Messi netted a brace as the French champions won 5-0.
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The former Barcelona star was reportedly close to leaving the club after claiming he was unhappy in Paris.
Messi scores brace as PSG thrash Clermont Foot in league opener
Earlier, sports briefs reported that Lionel Messi was the star of the show as Paris Saint Germain beat Clermont Foot 5-0 to get off to a good start in their defense of the Ligue 1 title.
Christophe Galtier’s side were completely dominant, even by their own standards, and it was all about Messi.
Lionel Messi scores superb cycling kick as PSG demolish Clemont Foot in Ligue 1 opener
The Argentine was instrumental for his side on Saturday August 6 as he lined up Neymar for the opener at Stade Gabriel Montpied at the start of the first half.
PSG set new rules for Neymar, Messi and Mbappe
New Paris Saint-Germain officials have taken additional steps to improve player discipline ahead of the new season.
Head coach Christophe Galtier and sporting director Luis Campos have been working around the clock to ensure the team is ready for the challenges of the new season.
No doubt PSG had an already strong side on paper. However, the team added Vitinha, Renato Sanches, Hugo Ekitike and Nordi Mukiele to bolster their ranks. But there is a general feeling that new rules will have to be put in place to control the star-studded team.
Source: Sports Brief News