After winning the French Super Cup on Wednesday night, Neymar could not resist to engage in a bitter public spat with one of his opponents.
The Brazilian came off the bench in the Trophee des Champions on Wednesday, scoring his side’s second goal in the 2-1 win from the penalty spot.
Despite only playing just 25 minutes, Neymar was the most-fouled player on the pitch and once again locked horns with Olympique Marseille's Alvaro Gonzalez after both were already engaged in a racism spat during their last meeting.
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Despite an investigation by the French Football Federation clearing Gonzalez of any wrong-doing, Neymar had seemingly not forgotten his feud with the defender and took to social media after the game, taunting his opponent.
He posted a celebratory message, saying: "King, Alvaro born".
Gonzalez responded later, by saying "my parents always taught me to take out the trash. Go OM (Olympique Marseille) always," alongside an image of him grabbing Neymar’s head.
The spat went back and forth, with Neymar saying "and he forgot to win TITLES" before Alvarez posted an image of Brazil great Pele, captured "(In) the eternal shadow of the king".
Neymar, though, had the last words, "and you are in mine (shadow), made you famous."
It was Neymar’s ninth trophy since joining PSG in 2017, while Mauricio Pochettino claimed his first title in senior management, just 11 days after being unveiled as the new coach.