Neymar, Casemiro enjoy Madrid nightlife together after PSG draw
The Brazil colleagues went to the renowned De María restaurant after Tuesday's 2-2 Champions League draw between Real Madrid and PSG.
Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain faced off on Tuesday evening, in one of the most anticipated fixtures of Champions League matchday five. The game at the Bernabéu ended all square, a result that ensured PSG will go through to the last 16 as group winners and Madrid will qualify as runners-up.
Marcelo: "You're a better player than Mbappé"
Much of the night's attention was on PSG's ex-Barcelona star Neymar, who was greeted with whistles by the home fans. The forward, who was linked with a move to Madrid over the summer, could be seen sharing a joke with Karim Benzema out on the field and chatting to Brazil team-mates Casemiro and Marcelo in the tunnel.
Indeed, the latter offered up one of the evening's most notable remarks when he was caught by television cameras telling Neymar: "You're a better player than [Kylian] Mbappé."
Dinner with Casemiro at Argentinian restaurant
After the game, Neymar opted to hang out with Casemiro rather than his PSG colleagues, taking advantage of his visit to the Spanish capital to enjoy its nightlife with his compatriot. Decked out in the shirt of NBA franchise Miami Heat, Neymar posed for photos with 'Case' as the pair went for dinner together at De María, a renowned Argentinian restaurant located near to the Bernabéu.
Mbappé, Sarabia seal PSG comeback in draw
Benzema's double looked to have put the hosts on course for victory in Tuesday's Group A clash, only for goals by Kylian Mbappé and Real Madrid youth product Pablo Sarabia to earn PSG a 2-2 draw.
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