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Neymar slapped with two-match ban for hitting Alvaro Gonzalez as Ligue 1 look at racial abuse claims

Neymar slapped with two-match ban for hitting Marseille’s Alvaro Gonzalez as Ligue 1 chiefs examine declare he was once racially abused… whilst PSG team-mate Layvin Kurzawa is given SIX-game punishment and Angel Di Maria is investigated over spit claims

  • A mass brawl happened in PSG and Marseille’s Ligue 1 event on Sunday night time
  • Five gamers have been despatched off within the incident, together with Brazilian winger Neymar
  • Neymar claimed he retaliated after Alvaro Gonzalez racially abused him
  • Ligue 1 declare they’re going to be investigating the Marseille defender over those claims
  • PSG’s Layvin Kurzawa has a six-match ban whilst Jordan Amavi will omit 3

Paris St Germain’s Neymar has been given a two-match ban for placing out at Marseille’s Alvaro Gonzalez in ultimate Sunday’s fiery Ligue 1 come across. 

A league remark added that defender Alvaro Gonzalo was once being investigated after Neymar accused the Spaniard of the use of racist language in opposition to him all through the event, wherein a complete of 5 gamers have been despatched off following a mass brawl in stoppage time.

PSG defender Layvin Kurzawa was once given a six-match ban, the heaviest sanction from the event, for his position within the war of words, whilst Marseille defender Jordan Amavi was once banned for 3 fits.

Neymar has been passed a two-match ban for hitting Marseille’s Alvaro Gonzalez on Sunday

Neymar (right) claimed Gonzalez racially abused him, which Ligue 1 are investigating

Neymar (proper) claimed Gonzalez racially abused him, which Ligue 1 are investigating

Neymar was once mechanically suspended from Wednesday’s 1-Zero win over Metz for the crimson card, as was once workforce mate Leandro Paredes who gained the similar sanction towards Marseille. Both gamers can also be suspended for Sunday’s away recreation at Nice.

Neymar and Paredes, who additionally each gained a suspended sanction of an extra one-match ban, will make their returns towards Stade de Reims on September 27. 

Marseille striker Dario Benedetto was once passed a one-game suspension whilst PSG’s Angel di Maria, who was once booked all through the sport however was once no longer punished for the battle, has been known as to wait a league’s disciplinary committee assembly subsequent week over claims he spat at an opponent.

A brawl in the final minutes of the PSG-Marseille match ensued at the Parc des Princes

A brawl within the ultimate mins of the PSG-Marseille event ensued on the Parc des Princes

Layvin Kurzawa (middle) has been slapped with a six-game ban, more than any other player

Layvin Kurzawa (heart) has been slapped with a six-game ban, greater than another participant

Jordan Amavi (second left) has a three game ban while PSG's Leandro Paredes has two

Jordan Amavi (2d left) has a 3 recreation ban whilst PSG’s Leandro Paredes has two

Neymar had justified lashing out at Gonzalo by way of announcing the Spaniard had racially abused him. The Marseille defender has denied Neymar’s allegations.

‘Regarding Alvaro Gonzalez, given the character of the information, the Commission has made up our minds to position the case beneath investigation,’ added the Ligue 1 remark.

Source: DailyMail
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