Neymar is Still Torturing Adrien Rabiot Over Barcelona’s Stunning Comeback

Neymar is Still Torturing Adrien Rabiot Over Barcelona’s Stunning Comeback

Neymar is officially the type of player who doesn’t just like beating you… he likes taunting you as well.

PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot will testify to that, after Neymar continued to troll the Frenchman this afternoon following their catastrophic exit from the Champions League last night.

Barcelona went into last night’s match trailing the Ligue 1 giants 4-0 after the first leg, however, three dramatic goals in seven minutes sealed Barca’s safe yet unlikely passageway into the next round, breaking PSG hearts.

And Neymar was keen to remind Rabiot of how cocky he was following the first leg in Paris, this afternoon.

Rabiot had uploaded a picture of himself holding up four fingers, one for every goal PSG scored against their La Liga-based opponents.

And Neymar decided the best way to exact his revenge, despite scoring twice and torturing Rabiot on the field last night, was to post two comments on his picture.

The first, laughing… and the second, asking his opponent ‘what happened’:



So, there really is such a thing as a sore winner…

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