April 17, 2024

Mbappé’s big anger

PSG shook on Wednesday evening at Signal Iduna Park. For almost an hour, the capital club found themselves virtually eliminated from the Champions League, and for five minutes they were even condemned to a miracle: while Newcastle were leading against AC Milan, the Parisians, after squandering a host of chances, were in fact behind.

At that point, if PSG were to have any ho…

PSG shook on Wednesday evening at Signal Iduna Park. For almost an hour, the capital club found themselves virtually eliminated from the Champions League, and for five minutes they were even condemned to a miracle: while Newcastle were leading against AC Milan, the Parisians, after squandering a host of chances, were in fact behind.

At that point, if PSG were to have any hope of continuing their Champions League adventure, they had to not only equalize, but also count on Milan waking up. Five minutes were all it took for the Rouge et Bleu to get back on level terms, and the Lombardy club followed suit with a second goal of their own.th finals.

Luis Enrique assumes

But with just a few minutes remaining in the match, the situation changed abruptly: Milan took the lead at the Magpies. From then on, a defeat eliminated PSG. Luis Enrique was well aware of this, and had no hesitation in calming his troops’ ardor, perfectly relayed by Achraf Hakimi. Kylian Mbappé’s call for calm did not go down well, however, as he was understandably frustrated by his missed chance after Sülle’s miraculous save in the first half, and by his goal which was disallowed for offside by just a few centimetres. The Bondyn native made no secret of his qué, adding: We decided to keep the ball more and not take excessive risks. In such a difficult group, where I haven’t seen anyone better than us, being second is a good thing.