Neymar slammed for
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NEYMAR has been labelled arrogant for altering his Brazil kit ahead of the World Cup.

The South Americans are seeking to win the competition for a record-extending sixth time in Qatar.

They currently have fiveWorld Cupwins to their name, meaning they also have five stars on their kit.

ButNeymarhas shared a picture of his kit for the 2022 tournament... with SIX stars on show.

TheParis Saint-Germainforward was subsequently labelled arrogant by German outletBILD.

It was a critique his Brazilian team-mateRicharlisonwas having none of.

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And theTottenhamforward quickly hit back with an aggressive reply.

He bluntly responded: They are arrogant. Were just dreamers.

We are dreaming of this sixth star and we will pick it up, whether they like it or not. That reporter is an a**hole.

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Neymar and Co kick off their World Cup campaign against Serbia on Thursday.

They have also been drawn alongside Switzerland and Cameroon in Group G.

Brazil last won the competition in 2002 - having also scooped the trophy in 1958, 1962, 1970 and 1994.

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