Neymar has received a two-match ban for his sending off against Marseille in Sunday’s bad-tempered Classique, while the LFP has also revealed its intention to investigate claims Alvaro Gonzalez racially abused the Brazilian during the match.
Ligue 1 confirmed the sanctions after the PSG-Marseille brawl on Sunday:
Kurzawa: Six games
Amavi: Three games
Neymar: Two games
Paredes: Two games
Benedetto: One game
Di Maria: Under investigation for allegedly spitting at Alvaro Gonzalez
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Interestingly, moments after the PSG forward accused Marseille defender Álvaro González of racially abusing him on Sunday, FFF President Noël Le Graet has said that racism “does not exist” in football.
Neymar leaving in Jan https://t.co/JQ9bPhKnWl
— Kai (@KaiCluelessC) September 16, 2020
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Meanwhile LFP will summon Angel Di Maria to explain spitting incident v Alvaro and his ban will be known next Wednesday 23 September.