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FIFA advertised Monday that Colombia shield Juan Zuniga will get no discipline for his test which left Brazil star Neymar with a cracked vertebra.

Since the play was seen and settled on by the match official, FIFA disallows itself from settling on a retroactive choice, as it did in the gnawing episode including Uruguay star Luis Suarez.

"No review movement might be taken...since the episode including the Colombian player Juan Camilo Zuniga Mosquera did not get away from the match authorities' consideration,

FIFA advertised Monday that Colombia shield Juan Zuniga will get no discipline for his test which left Brazil star Neymar with a cracked vertebra.

Since the play was seen and settled on by the match official, FIFA disallows itself from settling on a retroactive choice, as it did in the gnawing episode including Uruguay star Luis Suarez.

"No review movement might be taken...since the episode including the Colombian player Juan Camilo Zuniga Mosquera did not get away from the match authorities' consideration," FIFA's announcement peruses, partially. "The conditions by which the FIFA disciplinary trustees can intercede in any episode must be viewed as freely of the outcomes of that occurrence, for example, an appalling harm endured by a player."

As far as concerns him, Zuniga apologized to Neymar through the weekend, proposing that the punishment of the damage was not purposeful.

"Albeit I feel the circumstances was typical in an amusement, there was no awful proposition, perniciousness or carelessness on my part," Zuniga said Saturday in an announcement. "I appreciate you, regard you and think of you as one of the best players on the planet. I trust you recoup and return rapidly."

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Neymar is relied upon to miss around a month and an a large portion of play while he recoups.