Neymar has shot to the top of the World Cup scoring charts with a superb double in a 4-1 win for Brazil over Cameroon that sent the hosts through as Group A winners to face Chile in the last 16.
After grabbing a brace in Brazil's 3-1 win against Croatia in their opening game at the finals, Neymar was again the star of the show at the national stadium.
The 22-year-old struck twice in the first half either side of Joel Matip's goal for already eliminated Cameroon, Fred nodded home at the start of the second and substitute Fernandinho scored a late fourth.
The sparkling performance meant Brazil went some way to dispelling doubts about their title credentials following last week's goalless draw with Mexico.
Mexico finished level on seven points with Brazil thanks to their 3-1 victory against Croatia and went through in second place due to an inferior goal difference.
They will play Group A winners the Netherlands, who beat Chile 2-nil earlier today.