The leader of the French Ligue 1, Paris Saint-Germainwith Lionel Messi in the first team, lost this Sunday at home against Rennes by 2 to 0, wrapped in the disapproval of his public in the Parque de los Príncipes stadium.
The negative effects of elimination in the round of 16 of the European Champions League They had a new expression with the reverse of the “rojinegro” team, which won them both crosses of the season.
On this occasion, the visit struck after 45 minutes of the first half and 3 minutes of the second through the Cameroonian Karl Toko Ekambi and Arnaud Kalimuendo to the stupor of a stadium that fired its footballers with boos.
The sporadic connection between Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappé was insufficient to give life to a soulless team, still in shock from the defeat against Bayern Munich from Germany (3-0 in the global result).
The fall, which ended an unbeaten 35 home game in Ligue 1, was followed with concern from the box by the club’s president, Qatari Nasser Al-Khelaifiand by the sports director, the Portuguese Luis Campos.
PSG, French soccer champion, leads the championship with 66 points and nine ahead of Lens, but the distance can be cut to seven if Olympique de Marseille (56) beats Reims in the last shift of the day.
Messi heard the first whistles in the Parisian afternoon when the screens of the Parc des Princes reviewed the initial formation before the game.
A sector of the partiality of the psg thus expressed his discomfort with the captain of the Argentine national team, whom they look at with suspicion because of the exit in the Champions League and the uncertainty surrounding the renewal of his contract.
Messi, Ballon d’Or of the Qatar 2022 World Cup and recent award winner FIFA The Besthas a link in Paris until June 30 and for the moment is not negotiating with another institution.
The anger with the Argentine was revived on Friday after his withdrawal from training on Tuesday was spread on social networks, allegedly dissatisfied with a job proposed by the DT Christophe Galtier.
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