“There are the images on television, things will be judged. On the Téléfoot channel, PSG sporting director Leonardo called for reason on the evening of Sunday, September 13, after an altercation between his striker Neymar and Marseille defender Alvaro Gonzalez. In an electric clasico – which ended in five exclusions – the Brazilian was punished with a red card for slapping his opponent on the back of the neck.
During the match lost by his team (0-1), the Ile-de-France player protested on several occasions against the “racism” of the Spaniard. Images isolated by Téléfoot show Neymar complaining shortly after half an hour of play to the refereeing body: “racism, no”, he said, pointing to Alvaro Gonzalez, responsible for marking him. “Look at racism. That’s why I hit him, ”Neymar explained as he left the pitch after his expulsion.
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مشادات كلامية بدأت من الدقيقة 35 بين نيمار وألفارو 🗣️
أبرز آراء المحللين 👇
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الحكم لم يكن عادلا ❌
— beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS) September 14, 2020