The Argentine star Lionel Messi endured again today the booing of the stadium Princes Park before and during the leader’s win Paris Saint Germain against Ajaccio 5-0 for the French Ligue 1.
On his return after the suspension imposed by the club’s board of directors as a result of an unconsulted trip to Saudi Arabiathe captain of the Argentine team was mistreated as had already happened in other matches after the elimination of the Champions League.
At the time of communicating the formation of the psg through the loudspeakers and screens of the Princes Parkthe public present, at that time scarce, rehearsed a loud whistle towards number 30 in contrast to the applause for the French star Kylian Mbappe.
It turned out to be more striking Messi made his first interventions in the match of the 35th. date with notorious disapprovals from all four sides.
The boos were felt with greater intensity when he approached the public to take a corner kick and they were even present in the preparation of a free kick near the area, which suggested the possibility of a goal. Turning a deaf ear, the world champion came walking and playing little games towards the corner flag.
In the second half, when the hostility had subsided, there was a curious dispute between supporters and detractors after a delicious taco from the Argentine inside the area. “Messi, Messi, Messi”rehearsed a sector of the stadium, which tried to be silenced due to immediate disapprovals.
Leo, PSG’s second highest scorer in Ligue 1 (15 goals) and top assister with the same amountcould not convert this time and left the court with a serious gesture, without greeting the stands.
The goals of the match were scored by the Spanish Fabián Ruiz (22m.PT), the Moroccan Achraf Hakimi (33m.PT), Mbappé on two occasions (2m. and 9m.ST) and Mohamed Youssouf against (28m.ST).
Messiwho will leave the Parisian club at the end of the season, received a two-week ban for missing training on Monday May 1 due to a lightning trip to Saudi Arabia to fulfill commercial obligations.
The measure, finally cut to one week, prevented the Argentine from playing and training with the squad until last Monday when he was reinstated.
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