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Something is beginning to annoy Neymar at Paris Saint-Germain

Something is beginning to annoy Neymar at Paris Saint-Germain Something is beginning to annoy Neymar at Paris Saint-Germain
Alejandro Castrejon | Setiembre 17, 2017, 15:50

A number of City players, in particular new French international full-back Benjamin Mendy, are prolific users of social media.

Ligue 1 leader PSG hosts Lyon on Monday, looking to make it six wins from six games in the league.

Neymar certainly knew he had been in a game by the end of it, and while Ralston fouled him on a few occasions, his challenges were certainly whole-hearted rather than malicious.

Paris Saint Germain are not exactly the most frugal team in the world with their fans, money, and transfers. It was reported that the Brazilian starlet wants to become the club's first choice penalty taker, a role currently assigned to the Uruguayan striker.

And they dished up the kind of pasting Celtic have been handing out to most of the Premiership for the last year. We know that every team that comes to Parc des Princes, like Lyon this weekend, are going to cause us problems. In a tough Champions League group that includes Bayern Munich and Celtic, Neymar has instilled a level of confidence previously unseen at PSG. However, with Nabil Fekir, Memphis Depay, Mariano Diaz and Bertrand Traore, this young team still possess the firepower to hurt PSG.

PSG's investment has delivered immediate reward, with both of their new frontmen already among the goals, and Marquinhos has hailed the speed at which the pair have clicked in a new-look side. Neymar's arrival gives them one of the top five players on the planet with the type of experience necessary to bring down powerhouses Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United, and others.

His refusal to shake hands with Tony Ralston, an 18-year-old lad who he had been up against in a good, honest battle all evening, just reeked of a lack of humility.

PSG team-mate Cavani, the side's penalty taker, has not been overshadowed by Neymar or teenage sensation Kylian Mbappe, netting nine goals in all competitions.

Those games will decide who gets into the Europa League because that is the only way they can get European football beyond Christmas.