After Neymar overtook Ronaldo Nazario among Brazil's all-time record goalscorers, we take a look at the top scorers in Selecao history, including Ronaldinho and Pele!
Click through the gallery above to see the top goalscorers in Brazil's history!
Neymar scored a hat-trick to help Brazil come from behind twice to beat Peru 4-2 on Wednesday morning.
As a consequence, the 28-year-old has climbed to second spot among Brazil's record goalscorers, and now has only Pele ahead of him.
The Paris Saint-Germain superstar has taken his national team tally to 64 strikes, two more than Ronaldo achieved in his international career.
Neymar, though, is still 13 goals behind Pele, who finished his playing days with 77 strikes for Brazil.
However, despite his exploits in front of goal, Neymar is one of just two players among Brazil's top scorers – the other being Zico – who has not lifted a FIFA World Cup to date.
You can see the top goalscorers in Selecao history, including the likes of Ronaldinho and Romario, by scrolling through the gallery above!