The bazaar between PSG and OM on September 14, 2020 -
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Parisian coach Thomas Tuchel said on Saturday that he “did not understand at all” the “big difference” in the treatment applied according to him by the League's disciplinary commission after the sulphurous PSG-OM of September 13 ended with five red cards.
Regarding the suspension for four matches of Angel di Maria (active from Tuesday), found guilty of spitting in the direction of the Marseillais Alvaro Gonzalez, the German technician found nothing to complain about: "I can understand, yes, he had a reaction that we don't like, ”he said before the trip to Reims on Sunday (9 p.m.) for the 5th day of Ligue 1.
“Now we have suspensions for 14 matches and the team opposite has only 4 matches.
It means that we have a big difference, I have to accept it but I cannot understand at all ”, he reacted in videoconference of press.
Six games for Kurzawa too
"We really have the impression that we are the only ones responsible for this situation", while the two camps have shared blame, continued Tuchel.
Ruling on the red cards distributed during the “Classic” of the L1, the disciplinary committee of the LFP granted on September 16 six suspension matches to Layvin Kurzawa, as well as two firm matches to Neymar and Leandro Paredes for their involvement in a start of fight at the end of the match.
OM side, Jordan Amavi received three suspension matches for trying to respond to a punch from Kurzawa.
Dario Benedetto, guilty of anti-gambling, has only one meeting to serve.
The League's disciplinary committee has also opened an investigation concerning alleged racist insults by Alvaro Gonzalez towards Neymar.
The Brazilian is accused of racist insults against the Japanese defender of OM Hiroki Sakai and homophobic insults against Alvaro.
The file will be examined on Wednesday.
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