Brazilian model Bruna Biancardi stuns in black lingerie ahead of ex Neymar's World Cup opener | The Sun

BRAZILIAN model Bruna Biancardi Serbs up a real treat for her footballer ex Neymar.

Bruna, 27, split with the Paris Saint Germain forward in August after a year together.

Neymar, 30, is expected to play for Brazil in their first World Cup Group G match against Serbia at 7pm today.

Meanwhile, a Serbian boy went viral after confidently declaring on Brazil's live TV that his country will beat one of the tournament's favourites 3-0.

He claimed Serbia are going to embarrass Brazil and make Neymar "cry like a baby" when they meet today.

The boy told ESPN Brasil: "I think Serbia will win 3-0 against Brazil.


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"Because Mitrovic will score two goals for the start [first half] and [in] the second [half] Vlahovic will score.

"[That's] Because the whole [Brazil] defence is terrified and Neymar is going to fall and cry like a baby."

But such a scenario appears highly unlikely as Brazil are among the favourites to win this year's World Cup.

The Brazilians boasted a stunning winning record before losing last year's Copa America Final to Argentina as they won 12 out of 13 matches.

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And Neymar is also a favourite to get a historic Golden Boot under his belt.

Brazil superstars such as him and Vinicius Jr will be eager to bring the award back to the South American country.

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