The Brazilian forward says he is no longer affected by the jeers and whistles of supporters, and believes such criticism is a part of football that players must accept
The Santos star was booed throughout by fans, despite scoring once and creating Brazil's other goal, but he has made it clear that he has become accustomed used to the public's critical approach.
"Obviously no one likes to be jeered and booed. I don't care about it any more, though. I get booed each game with the national team. It's getting boring," Neymar told Reuters.
"We always give our utmost for the team. All our opponents try do something extra when they meet Brazil. It's up to us do even better.
"We have to get used to being jeered. That's football. One day you're booed and the next day people praise you. That's the way it is."
Brazil's next match is the Confederations Cup match against Japan on June 15.