- Unai Emery has told Neymar and Edison Cavani to settle their set-piece issues
- The two players had a confrontation over a penalty in PSG's win over Lyon
- Emery says he will step in if the two cannot decide who will take penalties
Paris Saint-Germain manager Unai Emery says he has told Neymar and Edinson Cavani to "sort it out" their differences after they had a disagreement over set-pieces in PSG's 2 - 0 win over Lyon on Sunday.
The win was, however, marred with two separate incidents involving two of the club's attackers.
The first incident came when Dani Alves refused to hand Cavani the ball to take a free-kick instead giving it to his country man Neymar to take.
Neymar's attempt was punched behind as the Paris club chased the game.
The second came when Cavani refused to hand Neymar the ball for a penalty with the Uruguayan succeeding this time but his effort was also saved.
Speaking about the incident afterwards, Emery said: "I have told them to sort it out between themselves.
"I think that they are capable of doing that and that they will both be our kickers. If they cannot reach an agreement, I will decide for them. I do not want this to become a problem for us."
PSG's next game is away at Montpellier on Saturday.
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