Neymar set an Olympic record with his goal after 15 seconds of play against Honduras.
Neymar scored the fastest goal in Olympics history against Honduras on Wednesday, finding the net in a cool 15 seconds. The Hondurans had trouble controlling the ball from kick off and it broke nicely for the Brazilian skipper, who got his foot to it before the keeper for the first of what would be six unanswered goals.
We'd love to show it to you but, due to the IOC's policy on rights, this 15-second video is the best we can do.
Brazil play Germany in Saturday's gold medal match, where they'll hope to (sort of) avenge the 7-1 mauling the Germans administered in the 2014 World Cup semi-final.