Neymar’s Champions League ban for insulting match officials cut to two games

Neymar continues to be his three-match Champions League ban cut to two games from the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
UEFA forward found guilty of abuse on media the Paris Saint-Germain back in March and the Ligue 1 winners appealed to CAS, that decreased the ban on Tuesday, following the club’s appeal to UEFA had been disregarded.
The Brazilian, 27, used profane language following Manchester United were granted a controversial penalty for handball from Presnel Kimpembe resulting in a home defeat in the Champions League last 16.
Neymar, who was injured for the game, composed on interpersonal media:”This really is really a disgrace, they put four individuals who know nothing about soccer in charge of looking at the replay for VAR.”
He’ll still miss PSG’s opening Champions League games in two weeks’ time against Real Madrid on Wednesday and Galatasaray, but could travel to Club Brugge on October 22.

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