The approach to award Manchester United a penalty within the 94th minute of their desire over Paris St-Germain within the Champions League was once a “disgrace”, says the French membership’s forward Neymar.
The Brazil striker, 27, raged regarding the option in an Instagram story as United reached the quarter-finals.
Marcus Rashford’s station-kick secured a 3-1 victory for United that supposed they improved on away targets in Paris.
“How can or no longer or no longer it is miles a handball when it hits his motivate!” Neymar requested within the put up.
“This is a disgrace, they set up four folk that know nothing about football to blame of taking a maintain a look on the replay for VAR. There is no longer any penalty,” said the worn Barcelona player, who overlooked both legs by injury.
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The penalty was once awarded the usage of VAR after Diogo Dalot’s shot struck Presnel Kimpembe on the arm.
Romelu Lukaku’s strike after two minutes gave Manchester United an early lead and the Belgium striker later pounced on goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon’s error when he spilled Rashford’s long-fluctuate strike.
The French champions went 3-1 forward on aggregate when Kylian Mbappe fed a race to the unmarked Juan Bernat, who slotted dwelling on the motivate put up.
PSG manager Thomas Tuchel said the penalty can maintain to restful no longer were given which skill that of Dalot’s shot was once no longer on track.
“From my point of leer I watched Dalot rating the shot. I seen the ball flying straight from his foot and for me it was once firm it was once going plot over the bar,” said Tuchel.
“There are plenty of issues to chat about prior to taking the option and I mediate or no longer it is miles a 50-50 option. What makes it unparalleled laborious is I had the determined feeling the shot was once no longer on track, and to rating rewarded with a penalty, there could be no longer this form of thing as an awfully good judgment.”