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Neymar, Wayne Rooney link up ahead of Brazil's friendly in Maryland

The ESPN FC crew are at odds as to whether or not Neymar being named captain of Brazil will make him a more mature player.
Brazil's Neymar talks about being fouled at the FIFA World Cup in Russia, and says he's using it as a learning experience so he can handle it better in the future.

The international break is a chance for players who play their club football in different countries to get together and catch up on life. It also has a tendency to reunite ex-teammates and friends. With Brazil playing two friendlies in the United States this week, Man United midfielder Andreas Pereira got a chance to catch up with ex-Red Devils teammate Wayne Rooney in D.C. 

A Pereira and Rooney reunion normally wouldn't be major news but Pereira brought a special teammate with him: Neymar. The moment called for quite a photo as England's record scorer and Brazil's golden boy and likely future record scorer posed with the 22-year-old United starlet.

Rooney and Neymar have combined for 111 career international goals, eight European domestic league titles, two Champions League crowns and five World Cup appearances. Young Pereira has yet to win a trophy but will be hoping some of the magic from his ex-club teammate Rooney and his new international teammate Neymar rubs off on him!

Regardless this is a whole lot of star power for one photo.

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