Neymar's hat trick led Brazil to a 4-2 win over Peru in the 2022 World Cup qualifying match in Lima, Wednesday morning WIB. The three goals at once from Neymar put the Paris St Germain striker in second place behind Pele in Brazil's all-time leading scorer. Peruvian Andre Carrillo scored his third goal in two games to put the hosts ahead in the sixth minute with a volley from outside the area. But Neymar equalized from a penalty in the 28th minute after he was fouled by an opponent. Peru, who had never beaten Brazil in a World Cup qualifier again took the lead in the 29th minute when Renato Tapia's long-range shot hit Rodrigo Caio before rolling into the Brazilian goal. But five minutes later Richarlison equalized. Neymar put Brazil ahead with a penalty with seven minutes remaining. After Peru lost Carlos Zambrano to a red card, Neymar scored his 64th goal for the Brazilian national team during injury time to make it 4-2. Only Pele has scored 77 goals and has scored more goals for Brazil than Neymar. Brazil temporarily top the South American zone standings with six points from two matches, Reuters reported.