CASEMIRO refused to look at Neymar’s penalty and turned his back on him as the golden boy rolled his penalty into South Korea’s back net.
Brazil did an easy job with their World Cup round of 16 opponents.
The five-time winners prevailed 4-1 and scored all four goals in the first half.
But Casemiro refused to watch Neymar’s penalty that extended Brazil’s lead to two.
The Manchester United midfielder turned around as Neymar rolled the ball past the goalkeeper.
However, Casemiro was heavily involved in Brazil’s colorful celebrations.
The Brazilians danced the night away, much to the dismay of pundits Roy Keane and Graeme Souness.
Brazil now meets 2018 World Cup finalists Croatia in the quarter-finals on Friday.
A semi-final date with Argentina or Holland follows.
A meeting with Argentina will see the two South American countries repeat the 2021 Copa America final.
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Argentina won 1-0 when Angel Di Maria scored and helped Lionel Messi win his first senior international title.
Brazilian star Lucas Paqueta has vowed to keep scoring and dancing.
The West Ham man hit back at Keane and co, saying: “The dance is a display of our joy after we scored a goal.
“We don’t do it to respect anyone, we don’t do it in front of our opponents.
“We all come together to celebrate. If you don’t like it, there’s not much to say.
“We will keep scoring goals and keep dancing. It’s a group that’s happy to score goals, get the win and the goals.”
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6854183/casemiro-brazil-neymar-penalty-south-korea-world-cup/ Brazil star Casemiro refuses to watch Neymar take penalties as he turns his back on him during World Cup clash with South Korea