Neymar blasts PSG kids for 'ignoring advice' as it's revealed Man Utd loss 'fractured dressing-room'April 30, 2019
NEYMAR has lashed out at his younger Paris Saint-Germain team-mates for "ignoring" advice given by more experienced players, according to reports.
The Brazil star, 27, vented his anger again as Parisians can hardly consider their season successful despite winning Ligue 1 by nearly 20 points.
Adding to their Champions League woes caused by Manchester United, PSG were humiliated by Lille 5-1 earlier this month, suffering their biggest league defeat in 19 years.
They have also missed out on a second domestic cup, losing to Rennes after penalties on Saturday.
And Neymar's frustration seemingly boiled over as he reportedly slammed PSG kids following another disappointing result.
According to Le Parisien, the Brazilian forward blasted Alphonse Areola and Presnel Kimpembe for not listening to club mentors.
He said: "To get experience, you have to listen more and respect.
"That's what I did when I was young, I tried to learn from the veterans.
"Here, young people are a little lost, do not listen.
"The veterans give advice but they answer back. The coach gives his instructions and they also answer back."
It was Kimpembe's challenge that handed United the decisive penalty on the infamous European night.
The unfortunate French defender also scored an own goal in the French Cup defeat to Rennes.
PSG are yet to recover from their Champions League fiasco, which has reportedly seriously "fractured" the dressing room.
Neymar has been particularly bitter since the United clash and has found himself in hot water on numerous occasions.
Not only he spent three months on the sidelines with a foot injury – coming back in the 3-1 victory over Monaco two weeks ago.
The forward has been banned for three Champions League games as he insulted officials after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men dumped PSG of Europe.
And the Brazil star appeared to have punched a Rennes supporter following the shocking defeat on Saturday.
Neymar is now facing an EIGHT-match ban for his recent outburst.
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