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Mauricio Pochettino’s men travelled to the Allianz Riviera on Saturday for their Ligue 1 clash, with Nice causing a shock upset over the Parisian-based club.
Andy Delort came off the bench in the second half for Nice and scored the winner minutes before injury time.
Calvin Stengs fired in a sublime cross towards the 30-year-old Nice striker, who beat a helpless Keylor Navas with a sensational first-time volley at the back post.
Gouiri received the ball late in injury time and made his way towards the corner flag before the referee blew his whistle.
Following the referee’s whistle, the 22-year-old French striker was spotted doing a cheeky rainbow kick as the crowd inside the Allianz Riviera erupted at Nice’s win.
Huge win for Christophe Galtier's Nice! 🔴⚫️— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) March 5, 2022
Andy Delort 88th minute goal secures a 1-0 success over PSG which lifts them to second in Ligue 1. pic.twitter.com/hmdB2JlZON
However, Neymar immediately shoved Gouiri after his neat little showboating before the linesman immediately stepped between the pair to quickly defuse the incident.
One fan tweeted: “Neymar pushing Gouiri as if he hasn’t been doing that sort of thing his whole career.”
Someone else commented: “So, Neymar got angry at someone doing skills exactly what he does all the time?”
“Neymar pushing him as if he hasn’t done that to countless others. Can’t take it but can give it out,” a third Twitter user wrote.
Another fan said: “Neymar does that every other week, so can’t complain.”
And a fifth added: “Great to see someone do this to Neymar! Disrespected so many players when he first moved to France and wondered why people went mad!”
PSG hold a convincing lead at the top of Ligue 1, despite their 1-0 defeat to second-place Nice.
The Ligue 1 leaders hold a 13-point margin over Nice, with defending French champions Lille languishing in ninth place.
PSG will return to action on Wednesday when they travel to the Santiago Bernabeu for their second-leg round-of-16 clash with Real Madrid in the Champions League.