Neymar Jr, demolished with fault by the players of the Real Madrid


Physical problems for Neymar Jr after the Barça-Madrid

Published:4/12/2016 - 15:23h

Updated:4/12/2016 - 15:24h

One of the most active players of the FC Barcelona in the Classical against the Real Madrid, Neymar Jr, was besieged to hard faults by part of the footballers merengues and finished with some physical annoyances, although it is not lesionado

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The one who went without place to doubts one of the best players of the FC Barcelona against the Real Madrid this past Saturday, Neymar Jr, finished the meeting with some physical annoyances because of the big effort that made on the lawn, and also to some hard entrances of the footballers merengues that they did him film by the lawn in more than an occasion.

The case is that Neymar Jr, that was substituted in the minute 87 by Denis Suárez by some annoyances in the aductor of the right leg, remained expectante during the final minutes of the commitment with ice in the leg, accusing the wear.

In spite of everything, does not suffer any grave injury and will be able to take advantage of to recover until it go back to play an official party, inside two weeks in the Barça-Espanyol of the Sunday 18 December. And it is that the Brazilian star is sanctioned by accumulation of yellow cards so much in League Santander as in Champions League, by what will lose the next duels in front of the Borussia M'Gladbach and Osasuna.

Simultaneously, another player of the FC Barcelona, André Gomes, neither finish fine physically after the Classical in front of the Real Madrid, ailed of annoyances in the left leg. It was to title against Celtic, Real Sociedad and Real Madrid, and foresees that it was acting in front of the Borussia M'Gladbach, leaving the place in the left interior presumably to Andrés Iniesta.

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