Brazil produced a stunning performance against Bolivia on Thursday, winning 5-0 in a South American World Cup qualification match.
Among the scorers were Liverpool pair Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino, as well as Manchester City new signing Gabriel Jesus.
¡GOL DE BRASIL! Un tanto cada 11 minutos. Gabriel Jesús metió el 4-0 ante Bolivia, como local https://t.co/HSUaihxbOA
— TyC Sports Play (@TyCSportsPlay) 7 October 2016
The Brazil number 9 has already signed for City but is waiting to join up with the club until the end of 2016 as he remains at Palmeiras in attempt to win the Brazilian top flight title.
Gabriel Jesus’ goal started when future club teammate Fernandinho won the ball before passing to the Palmeiras forward, who then fed Neymar with the ball out wide before receiving the ball again and tucking it away with a cheeky chip.
Golazo from start to finish! A quick counter attack that Bolivia could do nothing about.
Next step for City boss Pep Guardiola is to attract Neymar to the club, but fans of the Blues can begin to get excited about the scorer of this great finish.