Braces from Neymar and Gabriel Jesus led Brazil to a Olympic semifinal demolition of Honduras at the Maracana Stadium in Rio on Wednesday.
Marquinhos, and Luan also scored for Brazil in a 6-0 win.
Brazil will face the winner of Germany and Nigeria’s afternoon match in the final on Saturday.
WATCH: Neymar’s goal | Match replay
The first :15 seconds of Wednesday’s men’s soccer semifinal between Brazil and Honduras had a little bit of everything.
First, a horrible giveaway from Honduras. Then, a goal from home country superstar Neymar.
Finally, that same superstar on the field with an apparently chest injury. Twice. He was stretchered off, only to return (though this was not the sort of faux injury that fuels the vitriol of soccer haters).
Neymar picked the pocket of a defender before seeing a loose ball bound off Honduran keeper, off him, and then into the goal.
But he clutched his chest on the turf during the celebration, then ran a few steps before dropping to the turf again. After being stretchered off, the Barcelona star returned to the game.
Gabriel Jesus scored in the 26th minute to boost Brazil’s lead to 2-0, and added another before halftime.
All the breaks well Brazil’s way, as missed Honduras’ clearance was accidentally trapped by Marquinhos outside the six. The PSG man easily tapped home to make it 4-0.
Felipe Anderson found Luan for a cross-six goal in the 79th minute for Brazil’s fifth goal.
A cynical takedown of Luan in the box in the 90th minute provided for the final penalty, converted by Neymar. He feigned a free throw in celebration, and the match was over.