Saturday, in Europe 1 Sports, our consultant Brazilian football specialist Isabela Pagliari returned to the news of winter football and especially on the news of the star of Paris Saint-Germain Neymar, who established a ranking of his five moments- keys to PSG.

Confined in his luxury residence in Brazil, Neymar continues to keep himself in shape, but also to communicate to maintain contact with his fans around the world. And especially with Parisian supporters. Conspired less than a year ago after his initial attempts, the Brazilian has managed to reverse the trend thanks to his sporting performances.

The "Ney" may also have just scored points by establishing, through its communication agency, the five best moments of its season at Paris Saint-Germain. "It's smart on Neymar's part, we talked all the time about Barcelona, ​​about the Remontada as his best memory. It's very clever to do that to get closer to PSG supporters", says our consultant Isabela Pagliari , Brazilian football specialist.

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The best memory of Neymar? Qualifying against Dortmund

The Brazilian therefore had his best memories with the club in the capital. Starting with the Strasbourg match of September 14 and its goal, an acrobatic return, synonymous with victory (1-0). The Brazilian, heckled by Parisian supporters a few days before, had given the best answer on the field.

The number 10 in Paris also retains its victorious goal against Lyon (0-1), and its celebration in tribute to Kobe Bryant, whose tragic death he had just learned in the locker room of Lille. He also appreciated his new excellent performance against OL, in the semi-final of the Coupe de France (5-1 victory).

But the Brazilian places at the very top of his classification the qualification against Dortmund, in the knockout stages of the Champions League return (defeat in the first leg 1-0, victory 2-0 in the return, note). Goal scorer, Neymar especially loved the special atmosphere around the Parc des Princes, behind closed doors. "The night was special. It looked like I was at the Libertadores (the South American Champions League, editor's note)," ecstatic the Brazilian, who now only hopes for one thing, playing the quarter-finals with PSG.