Neymar handed 3 game ban by Spanish FA

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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