And it looks as though Neymar was up to his old tricks again on Friday during Brazil's 2-0 win against the United States.
American midfielder Wil Trapp then brought down right-back Fabinho in the box and Neymar coolly converted the penalty on the stroke of halftime.
Sep 7, 2018; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Brazil goalkeeper Alisson (1) catches a ball over United States midfielder Tim Weah (11) and Brazil midfielder Casemiro (5) during the second half of an worldwide friendly soccer match at MetLife Stadium.
Playing in New Jersey for the first time since its 2-0 loss to Costa Rica in a World Cup qualifier at Red Bull Arena last September, the US did not force a save from goalkeeper Alisson until the 71st minute.
"Did you watch the World Cup?".
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"I suffered a lot of fouls at the World Cup, but that's not what I wanted".
I'm a player who takes the ball 11 times and 10 of those times I go straight at the opponent.
As one small example of Brazil's strength and range of options (see team below), Everton's £40m+ signing Richarlison made his first global appearance last night.
"A friendly is important for us to prepare for the Copa America next year, that is our principal objective", Alisson said.
"In the first half we didn't defend, press as a team", center back John Brooks said. "It was a good test".
Looking forward to the side's next friendly against El Salvador on Tuesday, he said: "In the second game, there will be a greater opportunity for other athletes to start".