UEFA bans PSG's Neymar for 3 games for insulting officials
Neymar was suspended for three Champions League matches by UEFA on Friday for insulting match officials following Paris Saint-Germain's shock Champions League loss to Manchester United. The Brazil star missed the 3-1 second leg last 16 defeat on March 6 through injury, but told match officials "to go fuck yourselves" on social media after watching on from the sidelines at the Parc des Princes.
UEFA has banned Neymar for three European matches for insulting the officials after Paris Saint-Germain lost to Manchester United in the Champions League.
Following the round-of-16 game in March, Neymar used Instagram to aim an expletive and insults at video review officials who intervened before Man United was awarded a stoppage-time penalty for a handball that eliminated PSG.
The forward wrote: "They put four guys that do not understand football to watch it in slow motion. This doesn't exist!"
Neymar, who was injured and did not play, then used profanity while writing about the video assistants.
As it stands, the UEFA ruling means Neymar is set to miss half of PSG's six games in the Champions League group stage next season.