- Neymar has received supports from his club PSG after being slammed of provoking defenders
- He was attacked in a survey conducted that his style of football in France is dangerous
- PSG have now rubbished the report and urged Neymar not to change anything in his game
Neymar has received message of supports from his club Paris-Saint-Germain after the Brazilian football star was slammed of provoking defenders on the football pitch.
A survey which was recently carried out by French Radio Station RTL revealed that 84 percent of football fans believe that Neymar provokes defenders with his style of football.
The survey according to the report by UK Sun was carried out days after the former Barcelona star was ruled of action for Paris-Saint-Germain for 10 weeks.
Neymar who will miss PSG's important Champions League games against Manchester United was also accused of playing dangerous football in France.
Paris-Saint-Germain have now reacted lividly to the survey that was carried out and also enjoined Neymar not to change anything in his game.
The French club made their grievances known in a video they posted via their official social media page.
"All over the world, who makes kids and lovers of the game dream the most? Neymar, or any of his last opponents?
"Would one say, at the same time, that Pele, George Best, Johan Cruyff, Diego Maradona, Ronaldo 'Fenomeno' or Zinedine Zidane do 'too much'?
"We say stop to these pseudo-polls which will have no other effect than to move away from our championship the greatest geniuses of this football which is our shared passion,'' PSG said in a statement.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Thibaut Courtois told Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid to sign Chelsea forward Eden Hazard ahead of Brazilian football star Neymar.
Since the departure of Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo at the Bernabeu, Los Blancos' chiefs have been looking for a replacement for the ex Manchester United star.
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