The Brazilian scored PSG's third in Israel, Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe both already on the scoresheet as Christophe Galtier's side responded after Tjaronn Chery had given the host side a surprising lead.
Neymar was left frustrated with German referee Daniel Siebert though, who elected to issue a yellow card for his antics after finding the back of the net – despite it being his customary celebration.
The 30 year-old wasted no time in expressing his feelings on the matter, taking to his Instagram account to unleash his thoughts under a caption of "football keeps getting more annoying!"
"Another victory, congratulations, but we move on right? There it is; a celebration is a yellow card, another one for the list for NJ (Neymar)," he said.
"It's only with me that these things happen to. Next time I will warn the referee's that I am going to do it."
Neymar then took his views to Twitter in a series of posts, writing: "I'm asking now, okay?
"Total lack of respect for the athlete. This kind of thing can't happen. I take the yellow for simply not having done anything and I continue to be harmed.
"And the judge? He will not even say he was wrong. A lot of lack of respect."
He then posted a clip of his celebration alongside the name of Siebert, adding the use of emojis to reflective of his antics.