Neymar surpasses Ronaldo Nazario after scoring a hat-trick in Brazil 4-2 over win  Peru in 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying at Estadio Nacional.

Andre Carrillo put Peru ahead in the six minutes before Paris St-Germain forward level it up from the spot-kick 22 minutes later.

Peru twice took the lead in Lima after Renato Tapia scoring in the 59 minutes before Everton star Richarlison equalize for the former world champions.

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Neymar got his brace after scoring from a penalty spot again to take his tally above Ronaldo.

Former Barcelona star completes his hat-trick to move up to 64 goals, just seven short of Pele, the all-time top-scorer for Brazil.

Brazil and Argentina lead the group after winning both of their opening matches while Paraguay, who beat Venezuela 1-0 on Tuesday, is third.

The top four from the 10-team group qualify directly for Qatar with the fifth-placed side going into an inter-confederation play-off.



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