Richarlison and Vinicius Jr SEPARATED by Neymar and Brazil team-mates in training ground scrap as Everton and Real Madrid stars almost come to blows before Japan friendly


Brazil stars Vinicius jnr and Richardson had to be separated by teammates during a heating training ground misunderstanding between the two players.

The training session on Saturday almost turned bloody as the two star players got involved In an intense conflicts altercation as Brazil prepared for their friendly against Japan on Monday.

To what happened between the two star players is not yet made known but a picture reports reveals the Everton man grabbing hold of real Madrid Star player Vinicius by his training shirt.

Richarlison and Vinicius begin their training ground misunderstanding exchange as team-mates came in between to separate the two star players.

Lucas Paqueta and Neymar try to separate the pair before they come to blows to each other.

Ligue 1 and Paris Saint German star player Neymar held Richarlison by the back of the neck in an attempt to defuse the situation


Team-mates including Selecao captain Neymar and Newcastle target Lucas Paqueta, quickly came between the two star players to separate the pair before it get worst.

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But Neymar gesture seem no to settle well for Richarlison further as Neymar placed his hands around the neck of the Goodison Park star player.

Finally, the players were led away from each other and both went their separate ways.

Richarlison has become embroiled in his fair share of controversy this season including a public spat with Sky Sports co-commentator and pundit Jamie Carragher last month following Everton’s successful Premier League survival bid.

The 25-year-old took to Twitter to be express his feelings by throwing shades at Carragher saying: “Wash your mouth before you talk about me and Everton and I don’t respect you.”

The comments were in relation to Carragher claiming the Brazilian goes to ground far too easily after a number of incidents in the recent Merseyside derby.

The training-ground fracas will have come as a blemish on a joyous week for Vinicius who scored the winning goal in the Champions League final.

Vinicius scored the winning goal in last weekend’s Champions League final against Liverpool

The 21-year-old nipped in at the back post to score the only goal of the game in Paris, to give Real their 14th success in the competition.

Brazil face Japan on Monday in Tokyo hoping to continue their good form following Thursday’s 5-1 thrashing of South Korea.