Brazil's forward Neymar (L) kicks the ball marked by Peru's midfielder Joel Sanchez during their 2015 Copa America football championship match in Temuco, Chile, on June 14, 2015. AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO BUENDIA
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Neymar scored the first, made the second and was named "man of the match" in Brazil's 2-1 Copa America win over Peru Sunday, but coach Dunga preferred to focus on the team's performance rather than the No. 10's brilliance.Dunga was clearly seeking to accentuate the collective spirit in his squad but even he must know that Neymar was head and shoulders above his teammates in a pulsating contest.After Brazil lost an early goal, Neymar put away Dani Alves' cross with a textbook header and almost got a second only to see his 25-yard shot crash off the bar.
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