The Brazilian will miss the matches against Strasbourg and Saint-Etienne for his exclusion against Lille last Saturday.
Parisian Neymar was suspended for two firm matches and one suspended for his exclusion against Lille, the disciplinary committee of the Professional Football League (LFP) decided on Wednesday. Warned for two bad gestures, a hand in the face of Benjamin André then a stroller on Tiago Djalo, the Brazilian had seen red, during the defeat of PSG (1-0), which cost him his place as leader, Saturday for the 31st Ligue 1 day. The altercation between Djalo and Neymar continued in the corridor leading to the locker room, filmed by the cameras of the broadcaster Canal Plus. The Parisian risked up to five matches of suspension.
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The Lille defender, also warned a second time on the action, was suspended for a firm match, plus a suspended sentence. This is the Brazilian’s second red card this season, already excluded against Olympique de Marseille at the start of the year. Neymar, on the bridge in the quarter-final of the Champions League on Wednesday evening in Munich, against Bayern, will miss the Strasbourg-PSG and PSG-Saint-Étienne matches.