Brazil's 2022 FIFA World Cup campaign got off to a good start with a 2-0 win over Serbia on Thursday. However, the Selecao have a big worry on their hands after star attacker Neymar got hurt.

Richarlison scored two goals in the second half of the important win, which put the Selecao on top of Group G early.

But it was more worrying that star player Neymar left the field in tears after getting a hard hit to his ankle late in the game.

The PSG attacker is used to getting hurt at the worst times, so everyone will be watching to see if he can play again.

As the Brazil striker's injury is checked out, the Sporting News will let you know what's going on.

Neymar was taken off the field in the 80th minute of Brazil's game against Serbia on November 24. He had helped Brazil score its first goal.

The 30-year-old was on the ground after getting hit hard, which seemed to hurt his right ankle. Brazil's medical staff took care of it right away.

Neymar was fouled nine times in the Serbia game, which was the most of any player in the tournament, and one of those challenges finally got to him.

Neymar was clearly upset when he left the field, and he was seen crying on the bench. There are now fears that his injury may keep him from playing in the 2022 World Cup.