With two luxury goals, striker Neymar led Brazil victory 4-1 over Cameroon and climbed to the first position of the top scorers list of the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014.
The first of the two goals scored by the FC Barcelona crack was the 100th in the 2014 World Cup and with the second he got to its four, placing him ahead of a quintet of players.
Those five scorers are Ecuadorian Enner Valencia, French Karim Benzema, German Thomas Müller, and Dutch Robin Van Persie and Arjen Robben, who account for three goals each.
The total of goals scored in 36 matches until to date is 108, for an average of three goals per game, while the average, four years ago in South Africa, was 2,3.
Top scorers of the World Cup:
-With four goals: Neymar (BRA).
-With three: Enner Valencia (ECU), Karim Benzema (FRA), Thomas Müller (GER), Robin Van Persie (HOL) and Arjen Robben (NED).
-Two: Ivan Perisic (CRO), Mario Mandzukic (CRO), Memphis Depay (HOL), Clint Dempsey (USA), Peter Odenwingie (NIG), Andre Ayew (GHA), Lionel Messi (ARG), Luis Suarez (URU), James Rodriguez (COL), Gervinho (CMF) and Tim Cahill (AUS).