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Neymar and Brazil dancing again after big win at World Cup

The big win over South Korea on Monday secured Brazil a berth in the quarterfinals in Qatar. It also restored the team's confidence after a tumultuous start to the tournament in which the Selecao lost Neymar to injury and saw its unbeaten group-stage streak end in a defeat to Cameroon.

Neymar, right, of Brazil celebrates with Vinicius Junior, left, Raphinha and Lucas Paqueta after scoring a penalty shot during the Round of 16 match between Brazil and South Korea at the 2022 FIFA World Cup at Ras Abu Aboud 974 Stadium in Doha, Qatar, Dec. 5, 2022. (Photo by Wang Lili/Xinhua via Getty Images)

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