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Payet entertains Neymar with a photo of the dog's PSG star head

Payet entertains Neymar with a photo of the dog’s PSG star head

The French winger posted on social media on Monday to celebrate his side’s victory over PSG.

Dimitri Payet used social media on Monday to imitate Paris Saint-Germain and Neymar, with Marseille defeating Rig 1 Champion 1-0.

The 33-year-old shared a photo of the French rap group Bande Organisée, but the heads of the members were replaced by the heads of some Marseille players and André Villas-Boas, with Neymar’s head on the dog’s body. By Alvaro Gonzalez.

Gonzales was accused of racially abusing Neymar as he walked off the field after a Brazilian star was shown a red card at the end of the game. A 30-year-old Marseille defender used social media to protect himself, suggesting that Neymar was just a painful loser.

PSG expressed support for Neymar and sought investigation from French football authorities, but Marseille claimed that Gonzales was not a racist and he threatened to die after his phone number was leaked. Claimed to have received.

Payet ignited a flame in his post while the fallout from the incident continued, and this isn’t the first time he’s had fun on social media PSG. After the Capital Club lost to Bayern Munich in the Champions League final, he appeared on Twitter to point out that Marseille is the only French club to be crowned the European champion.

But the recent mockery of his Rig 1 Champion has come as a result of a particularly tense and controversial meeting between the two rivals.

Five players, including Brazil International, Layvin Kurzawa, PSG’s Leandro Paredes, Marseille Duo Jordan Amabi, and Dario Benedetto, have been sent off after a deep brawl, similar to Neymar’s allegations of racist abuse. Was done.

Marseille finished a 20-game undefeated match against PSG when Florian Taubin met Payet’s free kick and bypassed Sergio Rico.

The Villas-Boas team won both games in Ligue 1 this season, but PSG lost 2 to Lens this Thursday, losing 1-0.

PSG will face Nice again on September 20, and Marseille’s next match will be based in Saint-Etienne on Thursday.