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Monday's decision means that Brazilian Serie A club Fluminense will be forced to relocate four home matches.
The forward, who led the team in the 2018 FIFA World Cup, has been frequently targeted by critics for his behaviour on the field.
During the recent World Cup, the player's antics sparked the "Neymar Challenge" where he was widely mocked.
Neymar was ridiculed for his haircuts, diving and tears, and the 26-year old must now decide what to do about his tattered reputation.
Brazil midfielder Casemiro defends Fernandinho after own goal against Belgium in FIFA World Cup quarters
Midfielder Casemiro refuted suggestions that Brazil's failure to reach the World Cup semi-finals represented failure.
Shocked by the racist messages, dozens of internet users rushed to Fernandinho's defense on social networks.
Neymar and Roberto Firmino struck second-half goals in Samara as Brazil booked a place in the quarter-finals against Belgium.
Neymar said Brazil need to learn to suffer after their 2-0 win over Mexico on Monday booked a World Cup quarter-final place.
Marcelo, who left early in the group stage finale against Serbia because of back spasms, is still uncertain for the match against Mexico. Filipe Luis replaced him against Serbia.
A look at Colombia's matches at this World Cup and the 2014 edition in Brazil reveals they have been more effective in total than their bigger South American opponents while also playing fewer games.
Rakitic defended Neymar and said the Paris Saint-Germain forward should not change the way he plays to please critics.
Socio-economic factors & practical demands among reasons leading to South Americans discarding unique style
Brazilian media even started monitoring his dives during games, and the internet was filled with images showing the Paris Saint-Germain player falling and rolling around on different occasions.
Coach Tite’s eagerness to take the best from different styles & evolve following needs of the modern game has rejuvenated the Selecao
With Germany having failing to advanced past the first round for the first time in 80 years, Brazil are now installed with many bookmakers as they favourite to win the World Cup.