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There are little glitches in the audio. Although a native speaker can find their way, those glitches might really make it sound like "nem leu".
(Late edit: currently, February 2017, there is no problem at all with this sentence, it's perfectly said by the female voice Vitória from Ivona)
"Me neither" is colloquial - mostly spoken
To agree with a negative statement, use: "neither + appropriate auxiliary verb + pronoun or name.
A: John and Mary do not want to go swimming. B: "Neither do I."
A: I did not like the movie. B: "Neither did I."
A: I am not going out tonight. B: "Neither am I."
A: Mary will not be here next week. B: "Neither will Andrew.
A: Bill has not finished his homework. B: "Neither have I."
To agree with a negative statement, use the appropriate auxiliary verb plus the pronoun or name.
• Bill does not like beer. Neither do I. / Neither does Joe. / Neither do we.
• Joe is not going to the game. Neither is Jan. / Neither are his parents.
• The US will not win the soccer match. Neither will Peru or Cuba.