Paris Saint-Germain respected winger Angel Di Maria received a four-match ban on Wednesday for spitting during this month’s fiery Marseille game and with the same match that saw five players red-carded and claims by Neymar of racial abuse in same match.
Although it was observed that Di Maria’s suspension meted out by Ligue 1’s disciplinary commission was for spitting at Marseille defender Alvaro Gonzalez during the match.
Based on the committee the ban is believed that it will takes effect from September 29, meaning he can play against Reims on Sunday before the suspension starts.
Based on investigation on the issue saying that Neymar was racially abused by Gonzalez with the investigation planning to start on September 30 as the commission announced.
During the match it was noted that Neymar was sent off for slapping Gonzalez on the back of the head and also accusing the Spaniard of calling him a “monkey” although Gonzalez denies the charge when asked.
According to report as confirmed by us saying that The world’s most expensive player was served with a two-match ban last week for that act in the September 13 fixture at the Parc des Princes and was noted by the football community.
Ban and ban with another last week ban given to PSG defender Layvin Kurzawa which was six match ban for kicking out at Marseille left-back Jordan Amavi, who was also given a suspension of three games after he too was dismissed at the match.
Football Analyst also witnessed that Leandro Paredes was banned for two games after he was sent off for a clash with fellow Argentine Dario Benedetto in the same match with a red-card and suspension.
With all the above match ban, the French league’s disciplinary commission is also investigating another accusations that Neymar made racist remarks towards Marseille’s Japanese right-back Hiroki Sakai and made a homophobic slur against Gonzalez with all been investigated.
Finally it must be noted that the round table game is currently filled with ban based on players misbehavior or any player found guilty of racist or discriminatory abuse risks a ban of up to 10 matches based on the committee recommendation.