Neymar will not play against Venezuela in qualifying
Neymar striker FC Barcelona, received permission to leave the concentration before the sanction received during the match against Bolivia, which will prevent him playing against Venezuela next October 11. FC Barcelona footballer Neymar was released from the concentration of the Brazilian team to be suspended for the next match of the South American World Cup of Russia after being booked in the match played yesterday against Bolivia officials said.
Because the player cannot play against Venezuela, the technical committee considered prudent not traveling with the team in order to preserve an important player for the team and coming to contest a marathon of games said Efe sources of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF). Neymar, who emerged as the big star of the 5-0 win over the Green to score a goal and give two assists, was shown a yellow card by hitting the ball with an opponent and was eventually replaced after suffering an elbow of Duk
that caused a breach in the head ostentatious.
As his second card of the tournament, the striker may not participate in the match between Brazil and Venezuela, which will take place on October 11 so the coach Tite gave permission for the player to leave the concentration. The 24-year-old could reappear in the eleventh round of the playoffs, which will take place on November 10, for the match between Brazil and Argentina.
Asuncion Colombia took a hard 1-0 victory against Paraguay, on Thursday for the ninth round of the South American qualifying World Russia-2018, which allowed him to leave the fifth to climb in the standings with 16 points.
The incident occurred when a counterattack after Paraguayan clear dominance in the second half. With this result, Colombia reached 16 points, three less than leader Uruguay, who expected Tuesday in Barranquilla by the tenth day. Paraguay remains in sixth place with 12 points before visiting Argentina on Tuesday in Cordoba.http://www.sportseducationexpo.com/neymar-will-not-play-against-venezuela-in-qualifying.htmlhttp://www.sportseducationexpo.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Neymar.jpghttp://www.sportseducationexpo.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Neymar-150x150.jpgFootballneymar