Brazil star Neymar meets David Beckham at Miami Heat game
Premier League stars David Luiz and Willian were also in attendance at the basketball match
Brazil's latest idol Neymar appeared delighted to meet former England captain David Beckham when the pair bumped into each other at a Miami Heat game.
The Brazil squad were in attendance as the Heat beat Milwaukee convincingly with a score of 118-95.
Also in attendance was Beckham, who has become a regular at the American Airlines Arena since being linked with buying a Miami based MLS franchise.
The former Real Madrid and Manchester United midfielder took time to pose for photographs with a number of players, including Chelsea duo David Luiz and Willian.
However it was Neymar, the face of the 2014 World Cup, who appeared most excited, pointing his finger at Beckham in apparent disbelief.
Neymar poses at the game
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