PSG, it is the incomprehension in the locker room!



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    PSG head down

    PSG had a difficult evening in Bruges.

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    Lionel Messi

    The Parisians had to settle for a draw (1-1).

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    Joy PSG

    Ander Herrera had however opened the scoring in the quarter of an hour of play.

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    Ander Herrera

    The vice-champions of France suffered particularly in the midfield.

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    Georginio Wijnaldum

    Like Leandro Paredes, Georginio Wijnaldum also left at the break.

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    Julian Draxler

    The two men have been replaced by Julian Draxler and Danilo Pereira.

  • 7/17

    Mauricio Pochettino

    Without much effect.

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    Neymar and Lionel Messi

    For its first association, the MNM did not shine.

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    Kylian Mbappé

    Kylian Mbappé was forced out shortly after the break.

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    Bruges-PSG (1-1)

    The tricolor world champion was hit in the foot against the Belgians.

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    Kylian Mbappé

    Decisive passer on Herrera’s goal, the former Monegasque then missed a big opportunity to make the break.

  • 12/17

    Mauro Icardi vs Bruges

    Entered the game instead of the French, Mauro Icardi was below everything

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    Lionel Messi

    Lionel Messi was not successful.

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    Lionel Messi

    The Argentine found the crossbar on one of his rare shots.

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    Neymar was transparent for a long time before finishing the meeting better.

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    Neymar and Nsoki

    The Brazilian once again appeared nervous.

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    Keylor Navas

    Established in the Parisian goal, Keylor Navas was one of the few satisfactions on the PSG side.

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Ander Herrera said he did not understand the criticisms surrounding the difficult start of the European companion.

In a long interview given to Mark, the Spanish international raised several topics related to the news of the Ile-de-France club. Speaking about the hierarchy of penalty shooters at PSG, Ander Herrera was also spelled out on the many criticisms generated by Mauricio Pochettino’s men’s draw in Bruges (1-1), on the first day of the group stage of the Champions League.

« I do not understand. I do not understand that other great teams are not obliged to win the Champions League like PSG, said the Spaniard. I think playing a final and a semi-final back-to-back is an incredible achievement for a club as young as this one, and I don’t understand that being seen as a failure. It’s incredible that no one asks Madrid, Chelsea, Barcelona, ​​City, Juve… the Champions League as an obligation like us. I think this is unacceptable. »

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