Everything has its joy after the success achieved by PSG in the Champions Trophy (2-1), Neymar took the opportunity to make fun of Dimitri Payet as soon as he returned to the locker room.
Neymar did not drag on Wednesday. And if he was preserved by Mauricio Pochettino at kick-off, just two days after his return to training after a month of absence due to his ankle injury, the Brazilian did not hide a times on Bollaert’s lawn. N ° 10 of PSG has thus launched several times to attack the Marseille defense, causing four fouls, each one more serious than the other on the part of the Phocéens, Alvaro Gonzalez on your mind.
Very demonstrative after his goal scored from the penalty spot in the last minutes of the match or when celebrating the new coronation of the Parisians at the Champions Trophy, the Brazilian was also on social networks when he returned to the locker room. In particular to make fun of theOlympic Marseille in general and Dimitri Payet in particular.
The CM of PSG is also doing it
Like what the Reunionese had done after the defeat of the Parisians in the final of the Champions League, the Brazilian published a video in which first appear the jersey of Olympique de Marseille and his finger who makes the sign no. And this before unveiling the tunic of PSG and his victory medal as well, this time, a thumbs up. A chambering in response to that of the international tricolor last summer.
Neymar’s Instagram story after the coronation of PSG during the Champions Trophy 😄 pic.twitter.com/xwv76bT3Nf
– Vines Foot (@vinesfoot) January 13, 2021
And the Brazilian was not the only one to chamber the former Stéphanois. Welcoming the first career title of Alessandro Florenzi, the community manager of the club of the capital was there of his peak to the Parisian midfielder. “A first trophy for… Alessandro Florenzi who will be able to fill his wardrobe, unlike others,” thus Tweeted Paris, with a wink emoji.
A first trophy for… Alessandro Florenzi who will be able to fill his cupboard, unlike others 😏 # | #PSGOM pic.twitter.com/j1jfxCgEwA
– Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_inside) January 13, 2021