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Paris Saint-Germain, with hundreds of millions of euros, has got a miserable start to its French Ligue 1 season.

After two matches, PSG still doesn’t have a single point. On Sunday night, it lost to last season’s silver team Marseille 0-1.

French top fight, which also The Classiquena known, got completely out of hand with the rest of the extra time.

A superstar of Paris Neymar drifted into a fierce, wordy Marseille defender Álvaro Gonzálezin with. In the next situation, Layvin Kurzawa of PSG lost his nerve and clumsily overturned the away team player.

It started a mass brawl, from which five red cards were eventually dealt: three to PSG and two to Marseille.

The last to be driven out was the brass star Neymar, who flipped his hand from Marseille Álvaro to the back of his head. Without the videotapes, the shot would have passed the referee.

The only goal of the match was scored by Marseille Florian Thauvin.

Aftermath

The field microphones transmitted Neymar’s last words to the broadcast before he left the field. The Brazilian accused the Spanish Álvaro of racist comments.

An exact explanation has not yet been given of what the Marseille topper had said.

After a hot battle, Marseille’s head coach Andre Villas-Boas claimed that PSG ‘s Angel Di Maria would have spit towards Álvaro.

– If this had been a boxing match, we would have won, PSG Sports Director Leonardo said late Sunday night.

Neymar’s feelings were still hot on the social media side.

– I only regret not hitting that asshole in the face, Neymar wrote on Twitter referring to Álvaro.

– It’s easy to notice my actions from VAR, but now I want to see the videos where he called me a “fucking monkey”! Neymar continued.

If the tweet below does not appear, it can be viewed from this link.

Only goal scorer Thauvin got his temper.

– Many children watched the match and we should set an example for them, Thauvin updated in an interview with the French media.