Neymar has hit back hard after PSG fans booed him in return vs Strasbourg

Neymar was candid with his thoughts after the match.

Neymar returned to Paris Saint-Germain on Saturday to face Strasbourg and, naturally, it was all about him.

In fact, it was all about Neymar before the game even began.

His name was booed when he was announced for the starting lineup and things only got worse from there.

The fans chanted that he was a 'son of a b****' and then Ultras took it even further by unfurling an offensive banner.

The banner in question called for Neymar to 'sell his son in Villa Mimosa' - an area in Rio that's notorious for prostitution.

It's safe to say that people weren't happy at his attempts to return to Barcelona in the summer.

But then Neymar did what Neymar does and won the game in the 92nd-minute with a sensational bicycle kick.

After all the rumours and drama, it was a nice reminder that the Brazilian is firmly one of the best players on the planet.

Neymar addressed things after the game, too, and was surprisingly candid with his thoughts.

“I understand the fans and I know that it was hard for them," he told reporters after the game. "But from now on I am a PSG player.

Neymar took all the headlines on his return.

"No, I do not have a particular message for them. I am used to being booed throughout my career.

"This time, I will be playing each match as if we were away from home. It is a shame, I have nothing against the fans.

"Everyone knew that I wanted to leave. I said it and I repeated it. I do not want to go into details. The page is turned. I am a PSG player and now I am going to give everything on the pitch.”

Regardless of the win, things look pretty far from comfortable for Neymar in Paris.

This will surely be his final season at PSG - but it doesn't look like it will be a happy one, regardless of any potential success.

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