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Barcelona forward Neymar has taken to Instagram to share a photo of himself with Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen during a photoshoot for Vogue magazine.
Less than 24 hours after his side’s dramatic 4-3 victory over rivals Real Madrid, Neymar posted the image with the message: ‘Working today with @giseleofficial and @mariotestino for @voguebrasil’
The former Santos striker, who joined Barca in a big-money deal last summer, looks set to appear in the Brazilian edition of the fashion publication alongside the 33-year-old model.
All smiles: Barcelona forward poses with Brazilian model Gisele Bundchen in a picture posted on Instagram
Cover stars: Neymar and Gisele were snapped during a photoshoot for the Brazilian edition of Vogue magazine
Day job: Neymar takes on Real Madrid defender Pepe in Barcelona’s 4-3 win on Sunday night
Looking good: Gisele poses on the catwalk in Sao Paolo, Brazil (left) and at an event in New York (right)
Deadly duo: Neymar hugs goalscorer Lionel Messi after the Argentine’s first goal against Real
Neymar played a key role in his side’s El Clasico win despite failing to find the back of the net, winning Barcelona’s first penalty and getting Madrid defender Sergio Ramos sent off in the process.
Lionel Messi scored his second goal of the night after Ramos’ red card before converting from the spot once again to seal his hat-trick and a memorable win for Gerardo Martino’s side.
Neymar was replaced by Pedro after 69 minutes but that didn’t stop the La Liga champions hauling themselves back into the title race with a result which leaves them just a point behind Real and leaders Atletico Madrid.
On the run: Neymar takes on Pepe and Sergio Ramos during the first half at the Bernabeu
On the spot: Messi scores his second penalty and third goal of the night to seal a 4-3 win
Sealed with a kiss: Messi shows some affection to the Barcelona badge after netting the winning goal
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