Trainer Peter Bosz was furious about the penalty kick that Neymar decorated during the match between Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique Lyon.

Partly due to the used penalty, Lyon gave up a 0-1 lead against the Parisians on Sunday and lost 2-1 in the final phase.

Lyon had taken the lead in Paris shortly after the break thanks to a goal from Lucas Paquetá, but in the 66th minute things still went wrong for Bosz's team.

PSG were awarded a penalty after Neymar was lightly touched by Malo Gusto.

The attacker shot the penalty himself, after which PSG took the three points in injury time through a header by Mauro Icardi.

"I just saw the footage again. It was absolutely not a foul by Gusto, but a foul by Neymar. He put his hand on Gusto's back. This was not a penalty, 100 percent sure. I understand that the referee gives it, but how can VAR not see this? This is an error."

Even Olympique Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas rushed to the camera to express his disgust at the penalty for Paris Saint-Germain.

"The penalty was a mistake," he told Lyon's club channel.

"The VAR should have intervened. This decision is not normal."

Bosz praised his team's play against the stars of Paris Saint-Germain, where Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar started.

"We didn't deserve to lose today. We made it a real game and weren't afraid to put a lot of pressure. We did very well, although we didn't defend well at the end. But I'm very proud on my team."

Due to the late defeat in Paris, Olympique Lyon is in a disappointing ninth place in Ligue 1. Bosz's team has eight points from six games, ten points less than the so far clear leader PSG.

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