PARIS, FRANCE-SEPTEMBER 13: Neymar Jr #10 of Paris Saint-Germain reacts to a racist insult from Alvaro Gonzalez #3 of Olympique Marseille all by the match between Paris-Germain (PSG) and Olympique Marseille (OM) at Parc des Princes on September 13, 2020 in Paris, France. (Photo by Xavier Laine/Getty Images)
Paris Saint-German’s Neymar and Marseille’s Alvaro Gonzalez have evaded punishment after allegedly making racist and homophobic remarks within the assembly between the perimeters earlier this month, the French league (LFP) announced on Wednesday.
The sector’s most expensive participant used to be accused of making the remarks in direction of Marseille’s Japan apt-abet Hiroki Sakai and Gonzalez.
The Brazil attacker claimed the Spanish centre-abet had known as him a “monkey”.
“The disciplinary rate states that it doesn’t have adequate proof to enable it to attach the substance of the facts referring to discriminatory language,” the LFP stated.
Marseille’s victory at Parc des Princes on 13 September used to be marred by an hurt-time scuffle which saw 5 players purple-carded.
Neymar used to be despatched off for slapping Gonzalez on the abet of the high and used to be given a two-match ban for the incident.
Final week, PSG’s Angel Di Maria bought a four-match ban for spitting all by the fixture.