Another attitude on InstagramThrough his Instagram, One of Neymar’s favorite channels, the Brazilian offered a message quite different from that shown at the end of the match.Neymar shared a montage in which he imitates the celebration of Erling Haaland in the first leg and wrote: “Paris is our city, not yours”, feeding the pique more with the 19-year-old forward. In his stories he also shared all the congratulations from his friends and teammates. Neymar Jr played for the first time in a Champions League round of 16 return since joining Paris Saint-Germain and did not disappoint. The Brazilian, whose last meeting at this point was in 2017 and to eliminate his current club (6-1 in Barcelona), scored the first goal that tied the tie against Borussia Dortmund with an excellent header. The 10 became one of the men of the party and left the green excited until already, outside the field, he finally collapsed as captured by the cameras of RMC Sport. The Brazilian felt the pressure to take his team to the next round in a year where the demand is highest for Parisians, whose main objective is the Champions League.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Rugby league footballer and coach, John Elias, who was accused with harassing a key figure in last year’s NRL betting scandal has been cleared of any charges when it was found that the alleged victim could not remember receiving the offending text messages. Mr Elias had been accused of harassing TABCorp media manager Glenn Munsie, who had previously claimed that he thought he received a phone call on March 3 last year which called him “a maggot, a dog”. Mr Munsie has since said that he did not know the identity of the phone number and the person who made the call. Last week, the magistrate in Sydney’s Downing Centre Local Court decided to drop charges against Mr Elias for two counts of using a mobile phone to harass and menace and cause offence. The case was first brought to attention last year when Mr Elias was charged with attempting to defraud the TAB in relation to the NRL betting scandal. The charges were later dropped.