Paris Saint Germain-Every Game he is provoked-Emery

Paris Saint Germain-Every Game he is provoked-Emery


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Paris Saint Germain head coach Unai Emery says that Neymar was unfortunate to pick up the red card against Marseille last night.

According to the Spanish coach of Paris Saint Germain, the red card was a harsh decision against Neymar, the Paris Saint Germain gaffer persisted that he needs to be protected.

Last night Paris Saint Germain side drew their match against the Marseille side by 2-2 goals, in the last the Paris Saint Germain striker Edinson Cavani scored the equalizing goal for the Paris Saint Germain aide from a free kick and picked up one point for them.

Last night the Brazilian picked up two yellow cards in three minutes,

After the match, Unai Emery said: "We are a little disappointed about the sending off because he was fouled a lot throughout the match,"

"I think the referee also needs to think well. We must protect the players.

"The yellow card, I think it's not fair to Neymar. He's a player who wants to play, but if every game he is provoked, [there is] aggression... I think it's a job to protect the important players in both teams."

After drawing their last match against Marseille still, Paris Saint Germain side is sitting at the top of the table and they are four points clearer than the second spot team.



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