Neymar leaves Brazil training session limping on right ankle

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We are probably going to see a completely different game plan being put into motion in the next match that Brazil have in the World Cup Group Stages and their next match is on Friday June 22and it is Costa Rica they will be playing.

Brazil's practice session was closed to the media but the Brazilian soccer confederation says Neymar "participated normally in the team's activity".

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Neymar had already practiced separately from his teammates on Monday.

After taking on Costa Rica, Brazil will complete Group E by facing Serbia in Moscow.

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At one point, he bent down and grabbed his ankle, but tried to continue playing anyway.

Rodrigues said the pain Neymar felt Tuesday was not in the same place where he injured his foot earlier this year. In a longer version of the video sent to journalists, Neymar took free kicks. He was limping when he talked to reporters after the match, when doctors dismissed anything serious.

The Paris St Germain forward was subdued in the match and unrecognisable from the man who became the world's most expensive footballer when he left Barcelona last August to join the French champions.

The five-time victor will take on the 21st edition of the Brazilian FIFA World Cup against Switzerland on Sunday.

According to Brazil, Neymar's ankle problem had nothing to do with the foot injury that sidelined him for about three months earlier this year, prompting concerns about his fitness heading into Russian Federation. "When he is on the field he helps us a lot".