Neymar Clashes With Fan After PSG Cup Loss to Rennes

Posted May 01, 2019

Neymar, angered after Paris Saint-Germain's shock French Cup final loss on penalties to Rennes, lost his cool and attacked a supporter who was filming the PSG players as they got their runners-up medals by striking him in the face.

Numerous cell phones caught the moment that Neymar, the world's most expensive footballer, hit a fan in the face after he had taunted some of the players as they went to receive their medals.

"Nobody likes to lose, so I. who knows me knows how competitive I am and how much defeat shakes me".

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Neymar, who scored one of PSG's goals, was passing by fans along with other teammates. "I told him that they had been useless", he said.

Thomas Tuchel's men were looking for their fifth Coupe De France in a row and raced into a two-goal lead after just twenty minutes as Dani Alves and Neymar looked to be easing them towards another cup triumph.

PSG squandered two-goal lead as Rennes came from behind to hold their nerves and edge past the Ligue 1 champions in the French Cup final on Saturday. The Brazilian has already been banned from the Uefa Champions League for three matches after he posted on Instagram criticisism of match officials in charge of the French club's defeat to Manchester United in March. Sometimes an experienced player says something and they do not care, or the manager says something and they do not care.

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We need to be more intelligent, they (the young players) more than us because we (the older players) are more experienced. 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. They found an equalizer in the 66th minute, as Mexer headed a Clement Grenier cross at target. "It gives the impression we're a bit fragile, not only in attack but in defense".

While Neymar did not score in regulation time, the match was headlined by the red card shown to Kylian Mbappe.

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