Soteldo, MVP exhibition to which Neymar surrendered

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Santos did not give Boca an option in the return leg of the Copa Libertadores semifinals and managed to qualify for the grand final, where they will face each other in the title duel with fellow Brazilian Palmeiras, who broke up, not without suffering, the day before from River Plate.

He Fish was much superior in the duel on Brazilian soil and above the rest was the figure of Yeferson Soteldo. The skilled Venezuelan player was a constant headache from his imbalance starting from the left wing inwards and ended up being named MVP of the match after signing the “sentence” against Boca with a goal in which he showed his inexhaustible quality.

All of this comes a few months after Soteldo was about to leave Santos and play for Al Hilal in Saudi Arabia, even with Cuca acknowledging that the vinotinto had played his last game as fish, managing to reverse the situation showing why he is the bearer of ’10’ in Santos, which is saying a lot.

Neymar surrendered to ‘Soteldinho’

Precisely one of the best ’10’ who wore the Santos shirt, Neymar wanted to celebrate Santos’s triumph by uploading to his social networks the celebration of Soteldo’s own goal at the same time he gave a message to Argentine Leandro Paredes, declared a follower of Boca. The PSG striker strongly celebrated the Venezuelan’s goal: “El Soteldinho, what a great goal.”

Further, Ney He also wanted to congratulate Soteldo by phone after certifying the pass to the grand final of the Copa Libertadores 2020.

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