The Brazilian superstar was sent off for Paris Saint-Germain after VAR found that he had thrown a punch at Gonzalez, before the Brazilian insisted that the Marseille defender was racially abusive towards him. The Brazilian star got a straight red following an altercation with Gonzalez.
Florian Thauvin's close-range volley on 31 minutes earned Marseille a first victory over their bitter rivals since November 2011 but an ugly scuffle at the end resulted in five red cards at the Parc des Princes. Whilst walking down the tunnel, Neymar kept accusing Gonzalez of making racist comments during the game.
When Neymar is sent off, he shouts down the camera on the touchline saying: "I hit [Alvaro] because he is a racist".
"Now I want to see the image of the racist calling me "son of a b**ch monkey". that is what I want to see!" A clean career and with many team-mates and friends on a day to day basis. Claiming that there is no place for racism, Gonzalez has broken his silence on Neymar's allegation and said that "sometimes one needs to learn to lose".
"You are not a man to assume your mistake, losing is part of the sport", the 28-year-old begun. Assume what you say m****o... be a MAN R**Á!
As well as Neymar's claim of racist abuse, five players were sent off following a mass brawl deep in stoppage time including the Brazil global, Layvin Kurzawa and Leandro Paredes from PSG and Marseille duo Jordan Amavi and Dario Benedetto.
Police in Marseille even went as far as to ban the use of PSG shirts around the city on the night of their final defeat to Bayern Munich, after reports of incidents between fans of the two sides following their semi-final win over RB Leipzig.
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