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L’Equipe, without second thoughts with Leo Messi: very hard score after the fall of PSG with Bayern Munich

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L’Equipe, without second thoughts with Leo Messi: very hard score after the fall of PSG with Bayern Munich

There is no way around it. Paris Saint Germain continues to explode as a super team and seems to have one foot outside the Champions League after the 1-0 home defeat against Bayern Munich, for the first leg of the round of 16 at the Parco dei Principi. And Lionel Messi, once again, has been one of the most targeted by the French press who have no qualms when it comes to qualifying the performance of the team led by the fickle Christophe Galtier.

The sports newspaper L’Equipe has never had anything to do with Messi. And every time he can take the opportunity to hit him hard. Especially when things don’t go well for PSG. As soon as the game was over, the French newspaper put together the bulletin and La Pulga was one of the five worst players in the French capital.

They put a three on it. postponement. The same qualification that the Brazilian Neymar received, who played much worse, had almost no influence and was even booked. Italian Marco Verratti, French emerging Warren Zaire Emery – who at 16 became the youngest player to make his debut in the tournament’s finals – and Moroccan Achraf Hakimi, who deserved the same score, also hit hard. They were, according to L’Equipe, the five worst in Galtier’s team.

Seems over the top. At least from what we saw from Argentina, Messi had an acceptable performance. It should be appreciated that the captain of the Argentina national team understands all the situations that matches can give him. Against the German giant, Leo had a couple of attempts at quick transitions, retired on a few occasions to shoot, took free kicks near the area or to allow rests and took a very hard attack from Frenchman Benjamin Pavard as a reminder . In the last minute of the first half he took a free kick which hit the wall. It was his only shot on goal. It’s true: he didn’t shine. But it’s far from a three.

For L’Equipe, who also qualified Galtier with a triple, the best of PSG were the central players, the Brazilian Marquinhos and the Spanish Sergio Ramos, who deserved a six.

How much did Gianluigi Donnarumma put in? The Italian goalkeeper, responsible for his very weak response to Kingsley Coman’s goal that sealed victory for Bayern Munich, took a merciful four. It is the same score received by the Portuguese Nuno Mendes and the Spanish Carlos Soler. For his part, Danilo Pereira, another Portuguese, received a high five for his work in midfield.

The L'Equipe newsletter for PSG in the defeat against Bayern Munich.

The L’Equipe newsletter for PSG in the defeat against Bayern Munich.

Source: Clarin

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