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Neymar: Paris St-Germain forward restricted for three European diversions for offending match


Paris St-Germain forward Neymar has been restricted by Uefa for three European diversions for offending match authorities on Instagram after the Champions League last-16 rout by Manchester United. 


The Brazilian called official Damir Skomina's late punishment choice made utilizing the video aide arbitrator framework, a "disrespect" via web-based networking media. 


Neymar, who was harmed, watched United topple a 2-0 first-leg shortfall. 


He will presently miss half of next season's Champions League bunch organize. 


Neymar said the punishment, which was scored by Marcus Rashford, "doesn't exist". 


What's more, the 27-year-old at that point proceeded to include: "It's a disrespect. Four folks who think nothing about football watch a moderate movement replay before the TV." 


The ref evaluated film of the ball striking the hand of PSG protector Presnel Kimpembe before granting the guest's damage time punishment that gave them a 3-1 win in the second leg on 6 March, empowering them to advance on the away objectives rule. 


"What would he be able to do with his hand while his back is turned?" asked Neymar, who missed the two legs with a broken metatarsal. 


Neymar came back to activity following three-month damage nonattendance as a half-time substitute as PSG commended winning Ligue 1 by beating Monaco on Sunday.

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