Footballer Neymar da Silva recently suffered a foot injury during a recent game against Real Madrid that will force him to the sidelines for the next month of the football club season for Barcelona FC. The injury is the latest setback for the talented striker who already is under immense pressure from the fans in his native Brazil who are expecting him to lead their country to glory in the upcoming 2014 World Cup that will be played in Brazil.
2014 for the talented striker has been a nightmare off the pitch as he has broken up with his soap opera television girlfriend and recently found a new one, Gabriella Lenzi and on the pitch he has rarely found the back of the net for his club team in games that he has played. Now he is injured and will have to recuperate while watching his teammates play on the pitch without him which is one of the worst forms of punishment one can dole out to a professional footballer who loves the sport like Neymar da Silva.
Barcelona FC might end up without a trophy this season for the first time since 2007-08 as their recent loss to Real Madrid in the Copa Rey final lost them that trophy and they were eliminated from the Champions League by Bayern Munich. Moreover they are in second place to Atletico Madrid and they will likely be playing the rest of the season without the striker they had hoped would be able to take the pressure off of star Lionel Messi. Barcelona FC is frustrated as is Neymar da Silva.
The footballer fans of Brazil are basically apoplectic at the thought that Neymar da Silva might not be match fit by the end of the football club season and are literally praying for his quick recovery.
He did admit to being frustrated but is confident that he will be healthy by the end of the season and if so the injury may turn out to be a blessing for the fans of Brazil because the World Cup tournament and the national team of Brazil might just be getting a 'rested' and incredibly motivated Neymar da Silva.
Neymar da Silva's foot injury: a frustration for Barcelona FC and a blessing for Brazil's national football team? Time will tell.