Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar single-handedly devastated Toulouse in his home debut on Sunday evening.
PSG broke the world transfer fee record when it spent £200 million on former Barcelona player Neymar earlier this month.
The Brazilian started paying PSG back when he scored one goal and assisted another in a 3-0 victory at Guingamp on August 13.
But Neymar looked even better playing in front of his own fans at the Parc des Princes for the first time, last night.
In just 90 minutes, Neymar scored two goals, created two goals, produced some outrageous pieces of skill, and then slammed the Barcelona board in a no-holds-barred post-match interview.
Neymar opened his account with this simple tap-in
Neymar provided the pass for Adrian Rabiot’s screamer
He also set-up PSG team-mate Layvin Kurzawa with an audacious corner-kick
This rainbow flick bamboozled Toulouse forward Corentin Jean
Neymar capped his performance off with this extraordinary solo goal
PSG beat Toulouse by a 6-2 scoreline but Neymar was not done making headlines as he was highly-critical of the Barcelona board in one post-match interview.
“I spent four years there and was very happy. I began happy, spent four years happy and left happy. But not with them. For me, they shouldn’t be in charge of Barça. Barça deserve much better, and everyone knows this.
“To see my former teammates unhappy makes me sad also, because I have many friends [at Barcelona]. I hope that things get better for Barça.”
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