UEFA open investigation into Neymar after abusive Insta comments

PSG star in hot water for furious outburst after Manchester United defeat

PSG star in hot water for furious outburst after Manchester United defeat

Neymar, 27, was incensed with Damir Skomina, the referee, for awarding United an injury-time penalty when Diogo Dalot's shot struck Presnel Kimpembe's shot.

He said the penalty, which was scored by Marcus Rashford, "doesn't exist".

Neymar is set to be hammered with a ban by UEFA after his social media rant when Paris Saint-Germain lost to Manchester United.

"They even put four people who don't understand football watching the incident in slow motion".

"It's a disgrace", Neymar had said in his Instagram post in Portuguese.

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If found guilty the 27-year-old risks being suspended during the early rounds of next year's Champions League, for which runaway Ligue 1 leaders PSG are certainties to qualify.

UEFA says it "appointed an ethics and disciplinary Inspector to conduct an investigation" of the social media comments.

In a statement UEFA announced a disciplinary investigation "has been initiated ... in connection with the comments made on social media by the Paris Saint-Germain player Neymar following the above-mentioned match".

The PSG star took to Instagram to hit back at the decision against his team following a handball VAR review during their Champions League last-16 clash.

Injured Neymar could only watch on from the stands and later the touchline as his teammates threw away a two-goal lead from the first half.

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