Mbappé-Messi, it’s scandalous

The 3 star players of PSG took dearly after the draw against Reims (1-1), Sunday evening at the Parc des Princes. The statements of the opposing captain, Yunis Abdelhamid, hurt a lot.

Before snatching the draw (1-1) at the Parc des Princes against PSG in the 96th minute, thanks to a goal from Folarin Balogun on the last action of the game, Stade de Reims had a remarkable first period on Sunday evening. The Champagne visitors constantly counter-attacked and tried their luck 9 times in 38 minutes!

The training led by young coach Will Still (30) had fully prepared its move. As their captain Yunis Abdelhamid indicated after the meeting, the Rémois thought they would take advantage of the almost zero defensive activity of the three star attackers of PSG to be dangerous. So it was a success Kylian Mbappe and Lionel Messithe two most axial players, being immobile at the loss of the ball (as for a very long time).

“The front three do not defend”

In the ball exits, it was easy, the front three do not defend. We knew that from the moment we passed that first curtain… Of course, they always make this effort to press a little bit, but from the moment we make this effort, they no longer participate their team’s defensive duties. That’s what we worked on that, honestly, we wanted to exploit it and that’s what we were able to do and that’s why we created so many chances “Launched the 35-year-old colossus (1.90 m) in the mixed zone, to a question from

The Belgian coach of the Stade de Reims, he did not want to enter into this aspect of the preparation for the meeting. ” I’m not asking for anything, it’s just daring to take a risk. If we have a risk to take, let’s take it, and if it goes wrong, we’ll find the solution together “, was content to explain Will Still, who has still not lost a match since his induction after the departure of Oscar Garcia last October.


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