However, referee Gil Manzano reported Neymar after the match for ironically clapping the fourth official for the decision as he left the field.
Barcelona star Neymar has been handed a three-match ban after that he was shown the red card during Barcelona's 2-0 defeat to Malaga on Sunday night.
Neymar picked up two yellow cards after stopping Malaga taking a free-kick in the first-half before receiving his marching orders for a foul on Diego Llorente.
Neymar was criticized by fans and local media for needlessly picking up two yellow cards that hurt Barcelona's chances of a comeback against Malaga.
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Victory at La Rosaleda would have sent Barcelona level with Real on 72 points after the Madrid derby ended in a draw earlier on Saturday.
Barcelona now sit in second place, three points behind Real Madrid as they head towards El Clasico.
In a rather weird manner, Neymar picked up the first red card of his Barcelona career for two bookable offences - first for tying his bootlaces, and then for a late lounge on Diego Llorente after he's lost the ball.
These match logs are what Spanish soccer's governing body uses to determine if players should be fined and/or given additional suspensions and, well, mocking the referee generally doesn't play well.
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Since the suspension applies to domestic competitions only, Neymar is free to take part in both legs of Barcelona's UEFA Champions League quarterfinal against Serie A side Juventus. The extended suspension means he will miss what will potentially be the most important league game of the season, away at Real Madrid on April 23.
However, a first-half goal from former Barcelona forward Sandro Ramirez in the 32nd minute of the game and a late effort from Jony Rodriguez ruined their hopes.
" I believe the interpretation of what is worth a yellow card is very special". "We have to have be very careful in some games because there were some ugly challenges from behind that went unpunished and tying boots was".
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