Neymar in controversy, Brazilian star exiled for two matches
Neymar in controversy, Brazilian star exiled for two matches

Neymar in controversy, Brazilian star exiled for two matches

Brazilian star Neymar in trouble. After returning from Corona, he was banned this time. The French Football Association has suspended Neymar for two matches, despite a seven-match ban for unprofessional behavior in the French League One match against Marseille. In that match, Neymar saw a red card for slapping an opposing player.

Football field or wrestling? This question came to mind when watching PSG vs Marseille League One match on Sunday night! ‌ Because in one match the referee had to show five red cards and 13 yellow cards. Neymar got involved in a controversy after seeing a red card in extra time of the second half of that match. The trouble started with a clash between PSG’s Leo Parades and Marseille’s Dario Benedetto. After that, Neymar and many others got into trouble one by one. At that time, Neymar was slapped on the back of the head by the Spanish center back Alvaro Gonzalez of Marseille. The referee initially showed a total of four red cards. After receiving the complaint from Gonzalez, the referee saw the VAR. Then he showed the red card directly to Neymar.

However, Neymar then tweeted on social media accusing Gonzalez of racism. However, Gonzalez denied the allegations, but the French football association is investigating the matter. Meanwhile, Neymar has been sentenced to two matches in exile for the incident. Not only that, but Leo Parades also received the same punishment. However, another PSG player, Kurujoa, has been banned for six matches. He kicked a Marseille player.

Meanwhile, PSG has finally won the French league despite missing several stars. They lost to Metz with a last-minute goal from Julian Drexler. Thomas Tuchel’s boys have lost two matches in a row before. Goalkeeper Keller Navas, defender Marquinhos and forward Icardi came on the field for PSG without corona in this match.

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