it got heated at the end of the match, especially between Neymar and a referee

The end of the meeting between Benfica Lisbon and PSG, this Wednesday evening in the Champions League (1-1), was tense. Neymar notably had a clash with the fourth referee, while Luisao, a former player and member of the Lisbon staff, had a text explanation with several Parisians, including Achraf Hakimi.

Electric atmosphere at the end of the meeting between Benfica Lisbon and Paris Saint-Germain. This Wednesday evening, the players were very tense on the lawn of the Luz stadium after the draw between the capital club and the Lisbon (1-1), who neutralized themselves at the top of group H.

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As captured by the cameras of RMC Sport, we can first see a very annoyed Donnarumma asking for an explanation from a Benfica player. The PSG goalkeeper is notably dismissed by Julian Draxler, his former teammate in Paris, and Bernat.

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Neymar clashes with the fourth referee

Behind, it’s Neymar’s turn to hang on with the fourth referee. When greeting him, the Brazilian hides his mouth and has a word for the official, who doesn’t seem to like it at all. The fourth referee then holds the hand of the Parisian, who gets away in a virulent way before giving a thumbs-up, as if to ironically congratulate the referee for his performance.

Neymar against Benfica
Neymar against Benfica © RMC Sport
Neymar - Benfica-PSG - Champions League
Neymar – Benfica-PSG – Champions League © RMC Sport
Neymar against Benfica
Neymar against Benfica © RMC Sport

Luisao reasoned by Sergio Ramos

Thirdly, it is Luisao, a former Benfica player now in the Lisbon staff, who appears quite annoyed on the screen. The Portuguese is first repelled by Hakimi before slipping a note into Neymar’s ear. Still very upset, Luisao was finally dismissed by Sergio Ramos, who tried to reason with him.

Luisao during Benfica-PSG
Luisao during Benfica-PSG © RMC Sport

During the meeting, the spirits were particularly heated after a big sole of Enzo Fernandez on Marco Verratti just before the break. Furious to see his opponent only warned of a yellow card, the Italian exchanged several sweet words with the Benfica bench before returning to the locker room in a stormy atmosphere, notably having to be held back by Parisian staff members.

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