The Brazilian national team couldn't have started off its Olympic semifinal against Honduras better. After just 15 seconds, Neymar scored the opener to register the fastest goal in Olympics history, capitalizing on a lack of sharpness at the back by the Central Americans to knock the ball home after fighting for the ball with the goalkeeper.

The goalkeeper tried to knock the ball out as Neymar pressured and the result was the Brazilian captain flying and the ball trickling into the net. Not the most Neymar strike ever, but he'll take it. And so will Brazil, a nation that's seeking its first ever Olympic gold medal -- an in home soil. Hard to believe that's never been accomplished by the Selecao. After a 6-0 thrashing of Honduras, Brazil will face the winner of Germany and Nigeria at the iconic Maracana stadium.

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