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Neymar resumed training prior to Brazil's Round of 16 World Cup match against South Korea after recovering from an ankle injury. Neymar hadn't been back to the team's training center since he damaged ligaments in his right ankle in Brazil's opener against Serbia.

"I feel good," Neymar said in a post on Instagram. "I knew that I would now."

He took part in a light practise session with the players who did not play on Friday. Neymar was seen in images released by the Brazilian soccer confederation doing a series of individual drills, kicking the ball with both feet and showing no signs of



injury.

Brazil's doctors did not immediately provide an update on Neymar's condition or say whether he would be available for the match against South Korea.

On Friday, Neymar arrived at Lusail Stadium with his teammates looking sharp. He walked without a limp and briefly played with the ball without incident. He was seen jogging across the field on his way to the locker room after the game.

Neymar, who was vying for his first major title with Brazil, was forced to withdraw from the 2014 World Cup after injuring his back against Colombia in the quarterfinals. He missed the 2019 Copa America due to another right ankle injury.
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