It goes from bad to worse for Neymar and he injures the knee in Brazil after being robbed of captaincy for Copa America
- Brazil got a new injury hit when Copa America approached
- Neymar limped Tuesday from a training session with his left knee
- He was squatted and later fell over a barrier with his head in his hands
- Injury fright comes on the same day that he was stripped of the captain of Brazil
Brazil is hit by a new injury, just two and a half weeks from the opening match of their home Copa America.
Neymar limped out of training on Tuesday and seemed to be holding his left knee.
The PSG star was crouched with discomfort that was etched over his face before he fell over a guardrail with his head in his hands.
Neymar gave Brazil an injury blow just two and a half weeks from the Copa America
Neymar was forced out of a session on Tuesday and saw his left knee
He left while being guided by Dr. Rodrigo Lasmar after the session in Granja Comary.
This injury is caused by the fact that he was robbed of the leader of his national party earlier in the day.
He was replaced by teammate Dani Alves after coach Tite came under increasing pressure, Neymar because of his disciplinary problems.
He had only become the permanent leader after Brazil's quarter-final exit during the World Cup last year.
Neymar hid his face under his training top when he left the session with Granja Comary
Neymar fell over an obstacle and again reached an injury setback
Neymar was banned by the French football authorities for three games earlier this month after hitting a fan after the PSG final loss of the French Cup to Stade Rennes, and was reportedly involved in a dressing dispute with his PSG teammates.
A video also emerged from an incident in which the Brazilian star responded to a comment from a Rennes supporter when he went to get his second medal.
He also appeals to the separate suspension of three matches pronounced by UEFA for criticizing match officials during Manchester United's defeat of PSG in the second leg of the last 16 matches of the Champions League in the Parc des Princes.
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