SINGAPORE – Brazilian star, Neymar, on Thursday afternoon made history following his side’s international friendly 1-1 draw with Senegal at the Singapore Stadium.
The Paris Saint-Germain forward became the seventh player to win 100 caps for Brazil after the Selecao drew against the Teranga Lions, according to BBC Sport.
The 27-year-old joined the likes of Cafu (142), Roberto Carlos (125), Dani Alves (117), Lucio (105), Claudio Taffarel (101) Robinho (100) in reaching the landmark.
Roberto Firmino put Brazil ahead with a lovely chip from Gabriel Jesus’ assist.
However, after Sadio Mane had been fouled, Bristol City attacker, Famara Diedhiou equalised from the penalty spot.
Brazil will now take on another West African giants, Nigeria in their next friendly fixture on Sunday.