Barcelona forward Neymar will miss the Clasico against Real Madrid later this month after being given a three-match ban following his red card at Malaga on Saturday.
The 25-year-old Brazil International grabbed an unnecessary second yellow card for wiping out Diego Llorente in the 65th moment of the 2-0 overcome at La Rosaleda, which earned him a one-match suspension.
In any case, his wry praise towards the authorities after he was forewarned for a moment time has brought about an extra two-games ban, as it was esteemed an encroachment of article 117 of the RFEF’s disciplinary code.
The RFEF, Spanish football’s representing body, affirmed the approvals on its site on Tuesday.
Article 117 locations “dispositions of hatred or negligence for officials, supervisors or experts”.
Neymar will miss this present end of the week’s home game against Real Sociedad, the April 23 outing to the Bernabeu, and the home clash with Osasuna three days after the fact.
LaLiga leaders Real Madrid had before on Saturday been held to a 1-1 draw by city rivals Atletico, which means Luis Enrique’s side could have moved top of the table with triumph.
Be that as it may, Sandro got on the break against his previous club on 32 minutes and substitute Jony Rodriguez included a late second after Neymar’s rejection, which means Real completed the end of the week three focuses clear of Barca and with a game close by.