Because of how he celebrated his goal on Wednesday in Haifa, the striker for Paris received a caution from the referee. On the various social networks, he takes offense to it.
“No regard for the athlete whatsoever.” After the Parisian victory 3-1 in the stadium of Maccabi Haifa, an agitated Neymar took the penalty kick this Wednesday evening. The match had just ended. What was the source of his anger? The caution that Daniel Siebert issued to him in the 89th minute, immediately following his goal. The Brazilian celebrated his success by making a move that was becoming increasingly routine—he faked crying. The German referee, who most likely does not often watch matches involving Paris Saint-Germain on television, must have thought that “Ney” was attempting to run over the Israeli supporters of the team. Despite this, Neymar is alleged to have expressed his anger through a series of tweets and posts on various social networks. He shrieks, “Something like this just can’t take place.” I also want to add that “I take yellow for just not doing anything, and I keep getting harmed.”
In the meantime, the PSG won all three points in Haifa against the Maccabi squad caught everyone’s attention by a score of 3-1 despite playing poorly. After the initial goal was scored by Tjaronn Chery, Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappé scored the game’s first two goals. After that, Neymar finished off the scoring with his 11th goal of the season across all competitions (7 bonus assists in his 10 matches), and his first goal in “Champions” after going 11 matches without finding the back of the net.