Neymar Accuses Gonzalez Of Racism After Getting Red Card As Marseille Beat PSG In A 5-Red Card Match (Photos)

                         

Neymar alongside four other players were shown red card in their second Ligue 1 match against Marseille at the Parc des Princes..


The game on Sunday, September 13 was so chaotic that 36 fouls were committed and 12 yellow cards handed out inside the 90 minutes before a fight between Argentine pair Dario Benedetto and Leandro Paredes grew into an all fight.


Brazilian soccer star, Neymar was one of three Paris Saint-Germain players to get a red card after he slapped an opponent and then claimed he was racially abused.

 

Neymar was involved in a constant spat with Alvaro Gonzalez all evening. The Brazilian and the Spaniard then came head-to-head in stoppage time before Neymar clipped him round the back of the head.

Neymar accuses Gonzalez of racism after getting red card for slapping the Marseille defender as PSG lose second straight game (photos)

Neymar accused Marseille's Alvaro Gonzalez of racism as he exited the pitch after being shown a red card.

Neymar accuses Gonzalez of racism after getting red card for slapping the Marseille defender as PSG lose second straight game (photos)

Microphones on the pitch heard Neymar reporting the racism accusation to the fourth official, before he then repeated his assertion to a nearby camera.

 

The Brazilian slapped Gonzalez on the back of the head, while Layvin Kurzawa and Jordan Amavi also exchanged blows. 

 

The referee then showed a straight red to Neymar, Kurzawa and Amavi for their roles the fracas. Bei Paredes and Benedetto were also ordered out of the field after picking up second bookings. 

 

PSG then had to play out the final minutes with eight men, while Marseille played with nine.

 

Marseille thought they had made it 2-0 through Dario Benedetto but the linesman's flag saved the day for PSG. They also had a goal ruled out through Angel Di Maria.

 

At the end of the match, PSG lost 0-1 to Marseille. The rivalry between the two French giants is one of the biggest in Ligue 1.

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