The Wolverhampton Wanderers forward is in fine form on the pitch, with five goals in his past two matches in all competitions, and his FIFA player was just as effective for Neves.
Before facing his team-mate, Jota joked that after hanging up his boots he could represent Wolves in the ePremier League, for which registrations for UK-based players are still open.
Jota's skills were put to the test by his Portuguese compatriot, with Neves showing the same never-say-die attitude that Wolves have displayed on the pitch.
They are defending an 11-match unbeaten run when they host Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
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