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PSG: Neymar hard hit in the ankle, Paris holds its breath


The Brazilian had to go out on a stretcher before the end of the match against Saint-Etienne this Sunday.

Possible blow for Paris SG.

Less than ten minutes from the match in Saint-Etienne (3-1 victory), during the 15th day of Ligue 1, Neymar was forced to give way to Eric-Junior Dina-Ebimbé.

On a tackle from behind the young (23 years) Saint Etienne defender Yvann Maçon, the Brazilian saw his left ankle turn while stepping on the foot of his opponent.

Unfortunately, these setbacks are part of an athlete's life.

Now you have to raise your head and move on.

I will come back better and stronger,

”commented the player via his




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We will have to wait for the exams that the Paris striker should pass by tomorrow to find out more about the severity of his injury, but it seems highly likely that we will have to wait until early 2022 to see Neymar at work on a field again.

Especially since this articulation remains fragile for the Auriverde since its sprain, which occurred almost a year ago against Lyon (December 2020).

“The images are impressive.

We are worried.


Mauricio Pochettino


the moment, there is nothing to say.

There is pain from the twist of his ankle.

He will take exams on Monday to find out a little more about his injury,

”commented his trainer, Mauricio Pochettino, at a press conference, after admitting to

Prime Video's


that the images of the former Barcelona's injury are "




We are worried, but we hope it is nothing serious,

" said the Argentine technician.

Neymar, 29, saw his first two seasons in Paris cut short by ankle injuries.

He scored three goals and provided three assists in 2021-22.


Neymar's double against Bordeaux on November 6 (2-3)

Source: lefigaro

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