It is not only on Bollaert’s lawn that Alvaro Gonzalez has sought to hurt Neymar.
There is no doubt that in the comments of the shock between theOlympic Marseille and the PSG, Wednesday, on the occasion of the Champions Trophy, Thierry Roland would have released his inenarrable “They won’t go on vacation together. “ As expected, the reunion between Neymar and Alvaro Gonzalez, four months after the huge controversy that followed the last Clasico at the Parc des Princes, were indeed explosive.
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Last September, the Brazilian had indeed accused the Marseille defender of having uttered racist insults and in particular of having treated him as a monkey. And if the League, for lack of formal images, had not sanctioned the former Villarreal player, these accusations and the exchanges that followed have left traces. Evidenced by the preferential treatment reserved by the Spaniard to the Parisian n ° 10 after coming into play in the heart of the second period, with three gross faults in barely fifteen minutes.
And if they seem to have been careful not to shout on the lawn of Bollaert, the two men had a great time on Twitter at the end of the meeting. Because after having housed Dimitri Payet on Instagram, Neymar then had a thought for his Spanish enemy on Twitter. “The king, isn’t it Alvaro?” “, he wrote in Portuguese to the Marseille defender, he did not hesitate to answer him.
King, born Álvaro? 🏆 pic.twitter.com/oUFEdzY6qo
– Neymar Jr (@neymarjr) January 13, 2021
And as in the field, Alvaro Gonzalez has not been in the lace. “My parents always taught me to take out the trash. Go OM, always ”, he posted in turn with, to illustrate his point, a photo where we see him fault Neymar by taking his head with both hands. A reply of rare violence, to which Neymar did not fail to respond. “And he forgot how to win titles”, he published this time, probably already at the next Classico, on February 7 on the occasion of the 24e Ligue 1 day.
My parents always taught me to take out the trash. Go OM always💙 pic.twitter.com/wmJGbHTByQ
– Álvaro González (@AlvaroGonzalez_) January 13, 2021
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