Neymar appears takes swipe at fan during altercation after PSG's cup loss

Neymar appears takes swipe at fan during altercation after PSG's cup loss

Neymar appears takes swipe at fan during altercation after PSG's cup loss

Hatem Ben Arfa had a message for Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi after Rennes stunned the French champions in the Coupe de France: "Never underestimate your opponent".

Neymar lashed out on Saturday after his side threw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Rennes before losing the penalty shootout 6-5 after extra time.

But it was a night to forget for French sensation Kylian Mbappe, who hit the post in the 99th minute and was sent off for a risky challenge on Damien Da Silva two minutes before the extra time came to conclusion.

It is their first silverware since the 1971 French Cup and also means a return to the Europa League next season.

Neymar had set up PSG's first goal for countryman Dani Alves and scored the second midway through the first half.

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The outburst follows a three-game European ban where Neymar was charged by UEFA for insulting/molesting acts against a match official following PSG's exit from the Champions League earlier this month.

"This is a disgrace, they put four people that know nothing about football in charge of looking at the replay for VAR", wrote Neymar, who was watching the game at Parc des Princes due to a foot injury.

Last week, he was banned by the UEFA for three matches after he abused officials following the pre-quarters loss to Manchester United in Champions League. "Sometimes a more experienced guy speaks, and they answer back", Neymar said in quotes translated and reported by French media. Insisting that it is their ears that need perking up and not their mouths, the Brazilian argued that if this continued the team wouldn't go far. "I had to do the same when I was starting out", he said.

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