Brazil's forward Neymar is seen during their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier football match against Paraguay in Sao Paulo, Brazil on March 28, 2017. (AFP / Miguel SCHINCARIOL)
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Lionel Messi is reeling after getting a four-match suspension from international play.Neymar, however, is thriving both at home and with Barcelona. The striker has scored six goals in his last six matches, four played with Barcelona and two with Brazil.Messi will not play this weekend because of a yellow-card suspension, but Neymar is set to start on Sunday when Barcelona plays at Granada, an opponent it has beaten 10 times in the 11 matches.If Neymar manages to score, it will be his 100th goal with Barcelona since joining the club in 2013 .Neymar has already matched the 52 goals that Pele had with the national team by the same age.
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