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Neymar was charged by UEFA on Friday for making “insulting” comments about the match officials following Paris Saint-Germain’s shock Champions League loss to Manchester United.
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The Brazil forward missed the 3-1 second-leg defeat in the last 16 earlier this month through injury, but told match officials “to go f*k yourselves” on social media after watching on from the sidelines at the Parc des Princes.
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The 27-year-old was angry with the award of a decisive injury-time penalty which Marcus Rashford scored to send United through.
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UEFA said he had been charged, with the date of his hearing yet to be confirmed.
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Neymar could face a ban from the early stages of next season’s Champions League.
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In June, Neymar’s teammate Gianluigi Buffon was handed a three-match suspension after a tirade against referee Michael Oliver following his former club Juventus’ similarly dramatic quarter-final defeat by Real Madrid last season.
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“It’s a disgrace. They get four guys who don’t understand football to watch a slow-motion replay in front of the TV,” Neymar wrote in Portuguese on Instagram after the game.
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The Premier League giants were given the spot-kick after Presnel Kimpembe was judged to have handled Diogo Dalot’s shot.
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Neymar was reportedly so enraged by the decision to give the penalty that he had to be restrained by PSG staff to stop him entering their dressing room.
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PSG made Neymar the world’s most expensive player in 2017 by signing him from Barcelona as they stepped up their bid to win a maiden Champions League title, but have now lost in the last 16 in three straight seasons.

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