Paris Saint-Germain have sent a video to Ligue 1’s disciplinary commission that they believe shows Alvaro Gonzalez’s alleged racist insults towards Neymar in Sunday’s game against Marseille.
A huge brawl broke out in the final minutes of the match, with five players being sent off.
One of them was Neymar, who slapped Gonzalez after allegedly being racially abused by the Spaniard.
MARCA has had access to the video that PSG have made available to Ligue 1’s disciplinary commission, in which Neymar and Gonzalez are seen arguing and in which the Brazilian is seen pointing something out to various officials.
It is a video taken from a camera that followed Neymar throughout the game and belongs to the Doha-based TV channel BeIN Sports.
It hasn’t been broadcast before now because it is not the property of Telefoot, which has Ligue 1’s TV rights.
Angel di Maria also claims that his teammate was racially abused.
PSG have shown their support for Neymar through an official statement and have asked the disciplinary commission to investigate with all its means if the version of their player is true, given the seriousness of the accusations.
For their part, Marseille have stated that their player is not a racist.