Brazilian star Neymar was on Monday appointed as goodwill ambassador for Handicap International, pledging to work for millions who are ‘less visible’ but deserve equality according to report.
Neymar who scored in his debut in Paris Saint-German win on Sunday after completing his world-record signing from Barcelona, was announced as a goodwill ambassador outside the United Nations in Geniva.
Mailonline reported that “Strapped to a harness and mounted on top of huge chair statue, the Brazilian was seen doing kick-ups and booting footballs out to the crowd. The statue was put up in remembrance of landmine victims.
He kicked a football to fans standing below and into the U.N. grounds. Surrounded by his parents, Neymar Santos Senior and Nadine Santos, he wore a black baseball cap and Handicap International t-shirt inscribed ‘Reparer les vies’, translating to ‘Repair Lives’.