Neymar reacts after Luis Suarez puts ice cubes down his back before Celtic match

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A funny video emerged online at the start of the month of Neymar getting angry after Luis Suarez, possibly after being encouraged by Lionel Messi, kicked the ball from underneath the Brazilian while he was tying his shoelaces.

The usually jovial Neymar glared at his Uruguayan teammate, sending a clear message that it wasn’t appreciated and not to do it again.

Suarez, however, clearly hasn’t learnt his lesson.

Ahead of Barcelona’s Champions League group stage match against Celtic this evening, Suarez decided to play yet another prank on his fellow South American.

It’s minus three degrees in Glasgow this evening and therefore Suarez decided to put some ice cubes down Neymar’s back during the ‘warm-up’. Poor Neymar.

Video: Suarez puts ice cubes down Neymar’s back

Neymar’s reaction was fantastic. It looked like he’s just been kicked hard in the back.

He arched over holding his back before giving Suarez another look of pure disdain.

Suarez looked back and although you can’t see him laughing behind his snood, you can just tell he was cracking up.

Neymar went on to produce a gorgeous assist

It didn’t put Neymar off during the match, though.

In the 24th minute of the match, he clipped an inch-perfect pass into the Celtic box and Messi converted past Craig Gordon with a brilliant first touch.

That’s his 11th assist in the Champions League since the start of the 2014-15 campaign.

No player has recorded more than the former Santos star, who reportedly could face a two-year jail sentence due to an ongoing transfer corruption case.

And here's the other time Neymar got pranked by Suarez...

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