Brazilian striker Neymar failed to win 1-0 against Cameroon on Tuesday, but the team doctor calmed fears saying the injury did not appear seriously.
The Paris Saint-Germain player was replaced after he changed his nickname when he missed the goal with seven minutes at the international match at Milton Keynes in England. However, Dr. Rodrigo Lammar told reporters that although scanning was necessary to confirm the correct diagnosis, he did not think that Neymar's muscle injury would keep it for a long time.
"He went out complaining about the pain," said Lakmar. "He felt uncomfortable, he would need a little more time to evaluate and scan, but in principle it is not a serious injury."
Brazil continued to beat the match by replacing Neymar. Riccallon scored the only goal for the minute before the half.
Neymar's injury was not the only concern for PSG on Tuesday, with his club strike, Kiananne Mbape, also withdrew half an hour in France's friendly win against Uruguay. Next fell clumsily on the right shoulder following the challenge of goalkeeper Uruguay Marin Campana.