The French classic played in the Parc des Princes condemned Paris Saint-Germain, surpassed by Olympique de Marseille (0-1) in a rough duel from start to finish that ended with five expelled, three from the Parisian team and two from their rival, because of a final brawl.

Bad manners, loss of nerves and pending accounts between all the players entangled the final leg of the clash, unleashed after a encounter with harsh tackles, verbal accusations and challenges.

In the end, Leandro Paredes and Layvin Kurzawa of Paris Saint Germain and Jordan Amavi and Dario Benedetto from Marseille were driven out. The VAR then warned of unsportsmanlike behavior by Neymar. The referee reviewed it and the Brazilian went to the booth also before the end, complaining of having suffered Racist comments.

It was the sad climax to an intense match that was unbalanced in an action that reached half an hour. A free kick taken from the three-quarter zone by Dimitri Payet was finished off by Florian Thauvin, who went ahead behind and by the short stick surpassed Sergio Rico. The Paris team had the opportunity to tie in several actions, especially because of Neymar’s talent.

He already lost against him Lens, newly promoted and now with him Marsella, who had not beaten his rival in Paris for a decade. Thus accumulates the set of Thomas Tuchel three losses in a row. The one suffered in the final of the Champions League against Bayern Munich is joined by the two from the start of the French competition.

Sin Kylian Mbappe, Marquinhos ni Mauro Icardi, still in quarantine due to the positive for coronavirus, Tuchel’s team was left in the hands of the inspiration of Neymar and the push of Ángel Di María, who returned after spending the fifteen days of confinement for Covid 19.

In an intense and rough match the French champion did not hide his impotence against a well-armed adversary who avoided any setback and unhinged his rival, powerless until the end and without points after two days played.