Parisian striker Neymar was suspended for three matches in the Champions League for "insulting" against PSG Manchester United (1-3), UEFA announced on Friday. "Ney", wounded at the stands of Parc des Princes, allowed his anger in social networks to explode against the judge after the fatal penalty for PSG awarded in the final minutes to Manchester United on March 6, after resorting to arbitration video. "They are shameful! They put four guys who do not understand anything about football to see the slow motion (…) Let them get fucked," wrote Barca's former player. Disciplinary proceedings were opened on March 22 by UEFA. The Disciplinary Committee of the body, which relies on Article 15.d of its disciplinary code, imposed on Friday three defenders a Brazilian assailant who can still appeal this decision. In this work there was unclear jurisprudence in European disciplinary bodies founded by … another PSG player. In March 2015, Serge Aurier, then PSG defender (today in Tottenham) was the first UEFA-approved player from three suspension games for remarks made on social networks. For a long time he was absent due to leg injury, Neymar played again 45 minutes a week and should play in the French Cup final on Saturday against Rennes.