Brazil star Neymar has said that his team had to play in "inhuman" conditions during their 0-0 draw with Bolivia in La Paz on Thursday. Brazil have already booked their place at next summer's World Cup but they could have had another win in qualifying had Bolivia keeper Carlos Lampe not kept Neymar and his teammates at bay. After the game, however, the Paris Saint-Germain attacker posted photos on social media of the Brazil squad wearing oxygen masks in the dressing room, complaining that conditions in Bolivia were not up to his usual standards. "Inhuman to play in such conditions. Pitch, altitude, ball... everything bad," he wrote on Instagram. Brazil seemed to feel the effect of the altitude in the final 20 minutes of the match. "I felt a little tired -- it's normal," Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus said. "[It's the] first time I played in altitude like this. To feel it, it's normal. We managed to play, set the rhythm. Unfortunately, the ball didn't go in today.
Neymar: Brazil had to cope with 'inhuman' conditions against Bolivia
ESPN FC | Oct 6