Complicates big. More than two weeks have passed since the violent game between Paris Saint-Germain and Marseille, but the ricochets continue to fall. Tonight (Tuesday through Wednesday) a video was released in which Neymar was seen shouting “Chinese shit” at the Japanese defender of the bitter rival, the green Sakai. In addition, Neymar also said “Liga * Vana”.
As you may recall, the team from the south of France achieved a historic 0: 1 over PSG, but what clouded the match was the huge commotion in overtime, at the end of which no less than five players were sent off. Neymar himself, who suffered a red card after the intervention of the VAR system due to a slap to the head by Alvaro Gonzalez, was subsequently sent off for two games and has already had time to return to play.
Incidentally, the Brazilian claimed before the referee that the guest brake used racist remarks towards him. Like the Brazilian, Leandro Pardes was suspended for two more games. In addition, Leibniz Kurzawa, who was most prominent involved in the brawl between the two sides, suffered a severe penalty of no less than six away games. Angel Di Maria will be sent off for four games due to spitting, while on the other side Jordan Amabi was sent off for three games.
Tonight, the disciplinary tribunal is expected to convene and announce the continuation of the treatment of the ugly case.
🚨⚽ EXCLUSIVE @ElLarguero ⚽🚨
💥 @To be Access the video that shows that Neymar insulted Hiroki Sakai at PSG – Olympique de Marseille on September 13
🤬 Neymar called Sakai “Chinese shit” and also said “fucking league” pic.twitter.com/p2uCSnmOBg
– El Larguero (@ellarguero) September 29, 2020
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