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 By Chris Wright

Barcelona star Neymar appears in trailer for new Vin Diesel action movie

The xXx action movie franchise is about to storm back into town with the latest all-guns-blazing sequel, "xXx: Return of Xander Cage."

The movie stars Vin Diesel in the title role, but the leading man is also joined in the cast by a newcomer to the action genre -- in fact, he's pretty much a newcomer to Hollywood in general.

As can be seen (incredibly briefly) in the official trailer after 33 seconds, Barcelona star Neymar has managed to land himself a minor cameo in which he appears to play a young...

 By Chris Wright

Neymar accepts Mark Zuckerberg's challenge to keepy-uppy battle

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg laid down the gauntlet and challenged Neymar to beat his keep-uppy record, which currently stands at a mighty 37 juggles.

Of course being a professional footballer, ordinarily Neymar could knock out 38 keepy-uppies in his sleep. But we're not talking actual, proper football juggling here, oh no. Far from it.

We're actually talking about a new app game available in Facebook messenger that allows users to fritter away the minutes by practising their kick-up skills using...

 By Chris Wright

Brazil legend Pele records special song for 2016 Rio olympics

Legendary Brazilian striker Pele has announced that he has written and recorded a special anthem for the 2016 Olympic games, which are set to get under way in Rio de Janeiro next month.

The song is called "Esperanca" (Hope) and is Pele's first foray back into the world of music since his seminal 2006 bossa nova album "Pele Ginga."

The 75-year-old first announced he had finished recording the new song via his official Facebook page earlier in the week, revealing that he had been inspired by "the feeling...

 By Chris Wright

Ronaldinho rolls back the years to dominate Indian futsal match

Ronaldinho shows no signs of aging as he scores five goals in one match in the India Premier Futsal League.

Many of football's great and good are out in Chennai at the moment to take part in the inaugural Indian Futsal League tournament, with the likes of Ronaldinho, Hernan Crespo, Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes all pitching in.

Sunday evening saw Ronaldinho's Goa team take on Scholes' Bengaluru side, though it was the veteran Brazilian playmaker who duly dominated proceedings by scoring five goals in a 7-2 trouncing.

Ronaldinho got off to a flying start, sticking away a hat trick before half-time. However,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Neymar snubbed in UEFA's Best Player in Europe award

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol reacts to UEFA's Best Player of Europe award list, which left Neymar out of their top ten.
Barcelona forward Neymar admits he did get an offer from another club before the Brazilian committed his future to the La Liga side.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

BARCELONANeymar has missed out on a nomination for UEFA's Best Player in Europe award, but Pepe will go up against Real Madrid and Portugal teammate Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Brazil legend Ronaldinho has praised Lionel Messi's role in the development of Neymar at Barcelona. Ronaldinho was a senior figure in the Barca team when Messi broke through during the 2004-05 campaign and guided him as he made his first...

Brazil Olympic squad offers surprises but lowered expectations might help

Pele backs Tite as Brazil's new coach but expresses sympathy for the sacked Dunga.
An uncapped, 37-year-old goalkeeper will represent Brazil at the Olympics. Lowered hopes could help the Selecao thrive.

Given that IOC rules dictate that only three players over 23 years old can be named to each squad in the men's Olympic football tournament, it comes to no surprise that largely untested teams will fight for the gold in Rio come August.

Still, Brazil have managed to cause some shock: alongside Neymar and Douglas Costa, manager Rogerio Micale chose to complete his wild-card pack with a 37-year-old goalkeeper who has never been capped at the international level. Palmeiras' number one, Fernando Prass,...