Neymar left the pitch in tears as he was stretched against Lyon on Sunday night.
It came at a time when Paris Saint-Germain were losing 1-0 to their Liquor 1 rivals, which saw Lily topping the table.
Dino Cutware scored the only goal of the night in the first half.
But Thomas Toussaint had more problems after a late challenge from Diego Mendes at Neymar.
This left the Brazilian in agony, having to stretch him after what appeared to be another serious ankle injury.
The challenge saw Mendes sent off, but it had no effect as Leon hung up.
Early Suspicions This could be a very serious injury to Neymar, with videos showing his ankle broken.
His ankle seems to have twisted in the wrong way as it got stuck in Mendes’ foot.
While at PSG, Neymar had a bad luck with injuries, but it could have been much worse.
During his time in Paris, the Brazilian international broke his metadarsal on two separate occasions.
He also missed the Copa America in 2019 after ankle ligaments ruptured.
The 28-year-old signed for PSG in 2017, but his injury history means he played just 58 times for French legends.
In terms of performance, the Ligue 1 champions put up a dull display against Lyon, finishing third.
As the German manager was still under pressure, Guterres ‘strike was enough to reduce Duchess’ men.
Prior to beating Manchester United in the Champions League, the former Borussia Dortmund boss was sacked by PSG for failing to qualify.
But he bought himself some time after topping the group with two wins in two, though their domestic form was not desirable.
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Lil went over the table after beating Girondins de Porto 2-1 the previous day.
Christoph Calder’s men have 29 points from 14 games, leading second-placed Lyon by 28 points with PSG after their fourth defeat of the season.
Olympique de Marseille is fourth with 27 points, two games in hand, and three points separated by a tight top five spot.