Neymar goes to training with a $12 Million Custom “Batman” Helicopter, qualified Brazil for the 2022 Qatar World Cup with a “Batman” haircut

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Brazilian forward Neymar reported to training with a $12 Million Custom “Batman” Helicopter ahead of Brazil vs Columbia FIFA World Cup qualification match.

He was expected to arrive at the Granja Comary sports complex – located in Teresopolis, Brazil with one of his luxurious cars, but he decided to show up like a rock star with his personalized black Airbus H-145 helicopter.

Neymar's helicopter landing at the Granja Comary sports complex in Brazil.
Neymar’s helicopter landing at the Granja Comary sports complex in Brazil.

The personalized helicopter which was designed by a renowned automobile company, Mercedes-Benz is 13.64 meters long and 3.95 meters tall.

According to a German publication, Bild, Neymar’s helicopter can reach speeds up to 150 MPH / 241km/hour. The airbus is a specially furnished VIP lounge which reportedly has space for 11 people.

The helicopter comes with a twin-engine capable of traveling 351 nautical miles / 404 standard miles / 650 kilometers on a full tank.

Neymar reportedly ordered for the helicopter to be painted in midnight black to portray his love for the Batman franchise. Reports have it that the interior of the Airbus are designed to portray the superhero.

Neymar goes to training with a $12 Million Custom "Batman" Helicopter, qualified Brazil for the 2022 Qatar World Cup with a "Batman" haircut

Aside from the Batman-inspired helicopter, Neymar always travels around the world on his Embraer Legacy 450 private jet. The jet is reportedly worth €12.2 million.

Ahead of Brazil vs Columbia FIFA World Cup qualification match, Neymar also showed up with a Batman-inspired haircut. He did that to further show his love for the superhero.

Neymar and his new Batman-inspired haircut.
Neymar and his new Batman-inspired haircut.

The 29-year-old Paris Saint Germain forward led Brazil with the amazing haircut to face Colombia in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Of course, the haircut did not stop him from giving a very good account of himself during the game.

Neymar provided an assist to Lyon playmaker, Lucas Paqueta who did not hesitate to score the goal that gave Brazil a 1-0 victory over Columbia.

Before the second-half goal, Neymar was involved in an altercation with the match referee because of how Columbia players frequently tackled him. A few minutes later, he was shown a yellow card for dissent.

At the end of the match, Neymar and his team achieved their goal of being the first South American team to qualify for the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

Though they have already booked themselves a place in the forthcoming World Cup, they will still have to travel to Argentina to take on their arch-rivals on Wednesday, November 17, at 00:30.

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3 Comments

  • Bello Akanni Sheriffdeen 6 months ago

    Lol,this goes on to show the luxurious life some of these players are living,anyways they are also human and need to enjoy their lives,what matters most is thayne delivers,he always allow his football to do the talking,especially when he puts on the Brazilian shirt.Congratulations to Brazil and I pray my country Nigeria also qualify and have a better tournament at the World Cup

  • Ibrahim John 6 months ago

    Na money dey talk. I will never be poor in my life

  • Omoniyi ibukun 6 months ago

    Lol
    This guy, he’s full of surprises