The Brazilian and his team-mates made fun of the teenager after their success at the French capital.
Neymar and PSG have mocked Erling Haaland’s goal celebration when they qualified for Champions League quarter-finals with a 3-2 aggregate win over Borussia Dortmund.
The Parisians won the second leg 2-0 behind closed doors in the Parc des Princes on Wednesday night, overturning a 2-1 defeat in Germany at the first competition against the Black and Yellows last month.
In the first leg at Signal Iduna Park, Haaland scored a brace and celebrated the second target by sitting in a meditation pose on the area.
When Neymar found the net in the 28th minute of the second leg, the Brazil global enjoyed the second by imitating Haaland’s bash on the sideline after embracing his team-mates.
The complete PSG team followed suit with the trolling post-match when they were spotted posing for a group photo when utilizing Haaland’s meditation pose.
The game was played behind closed doors at Parc des Princes due to measures put in place to contain the spread of coronavirus, however, thousands of fans gathered outside the place and were heard to be singing during the 90 minutes.
Neymar’s diving header got PSG off to the best possible start before the home side turned the tie further in their favour on the stroke of half-time when Juan Bernat diverted home.
Dortmund toiled to claw their way back to proceedings, but their frustrations were compounded in the final stages as Emre Can saw red for getting embroiled in an off-field scuffle.
PSG have qualified for the Champions League final eight for the first time in four decades, having succumbed to turnaround defeats to Barcelona and Manchester United in two of the last three campaigns.
The Parisians are runaway leaders in Ligue 1, holding a 12-point edge with a game in hand over second-placed Marseille.
Their next league game will come against Nice on Sunday, with the sport must also be played behind closed doors due to the coronavirus issue.
In France, all Ligue 1 and Ligue two games will be played without audiences until April 15.