The Spanish defender from Olympique de Marseille defended himself after the Brazilian from PSG said that on the court he heard a “monkey son of a bitch” from him.
The echoes of the scandalous final between PSG and Marsella Olympic, for Ligue 1 in France, they do not stop. To the punches and the five expulsions, the accusations of racism of Neymar towards Alvaro Gonzalez. The Spanish defender counterattacked: “There is no place for racism”. And the duel continued on Twitter with another phrase from the Brazilian.
The classic was heated from start to finish and in the first half there was a strong cross between Álvaro and Ángel Di María, who salivated the Spaniard. And Neymar got in and then said: “Racism, no”.
Everything degenerated at the close of the game, when a free-for-all resulted in the five red cards. Neymar’s, for a “bullet” on the nape of González. “I hit him for being racist”said the forward as he left the grass.
Already changed and more “relaxed”, Neymar took his cell phone and tweeted: “I only regret not having hit that idiot in the face.” And in another tweet, he added: “The VAR shows my ‘aggression’. Now I want to see the image of the racist calling me ‘MONO SON DE PUTA’ (motherfucker monkey, in Portuguese). I want to see that. “
It did not take long for Álvaro to answer that serious accusation, after the bitter controversy between the two in the French Ligue 1 match.
The Spanish defender replied to Neymar, posting a photo on Twitter hugging his black teammates, just before getting on the plane that took them from Paris to Marseille.
“There is no place for racism. Clean career and with many colleagues and friends on a daily basis. Sometimes you have to learn to lose and take it on the field. Incredible 3 points today, “he wrote on his profile.
The thing could have been there, but no, Neymar had to answer. “You are not a man to make mistakes. Losing is part of the sport. You insult and bring racism into our lives, I can’t agree. I don’t respect you! You have no character! Assume what you say, friend … be a man! Racist ”, wrote the PSG player, still very angry about what happened.
How far will this scandal continue, it is not yet known? Will the League investigate whether there were indeed racist acts? Will the referee’s report say anything about it? It will be seen …