Paris Saint-Germain’s Neymar has gambled discipline from UEFA, after he broke protocol by exchanging shirts with RB Leipzig defender, Marcel Halstenberg, following their Champions League semi-final on Tuesday.
Neymar was again in amazing frm as PSG beat the German side 3-0 to reach this champions League final.
The Brazilian hit the post twice and laid on a magnificent assist for Angel Di Maria to make it 2-0.
PSG will confront the victors of the present other semi-final between Bayern Munich and Lyon, who dumped out Manchester City in the last eight.
In any case, it was Neymar’s activities after the game that have pulled in discussion, after he swapped shirts with Halstenberg, something UEFA have cautioned against in the midst of the progressing coronavirus pandemic.
In the body’s return to play protocol, they state: “Players are recommended to refrain from swapping their shirts.”
The document also states that non-compliance with the regulations ‘may lead to disciplinary measures in accordance with the UEFA Disciplinary Regulations’.