In a hot classic, the Brazilian and the Argentine accused Álvaro. “I hit him for being a racist,” Ney said when he saw the red card.
PSG and Marsella Olympic they starred in a quite heated classic on Sunday’s French night. Very chopped. And that ended in five expulsions and even on accusations of racism.
It all started from the celebration of the Olympique fans when the Parisians lost the Champions League. Payet gloated over social media at the time and right at the beginning of this match he crossed paths with Neymar, reliving this story. But it did not stop there. It got worse.
In a game with heated spirits, Neymar was once again the protagonist in the course of the minutes. This time, seconded by Angel Di María, the Brazilian reported to the referee an act of racism by a rival. “No racism, no racism”, said Ney, accompanied by Video, again and again before the judge of the match.
The target was Álvaro, defender of Marseille. Quite removed, the Brazilian followed her at a distance with his opponent, pointing at him with his finger.
Everything was so hot with the victory of Marseille that everything was complicated in the closing with a tumult among all. Five expulsions, including Neymar, Leandro Paredes and Darío Benedetto.
When the Brazilian left the court, after the red shot by the referee after seeing the VAR, he said: “I hit him for being a racist.”
This story will continue…