football : “A wound that is hard to digest”

Football :

Touched a calf while PSG was preparing the Final 8 of the Champions League, Marco Verratti now seems to have recovered and is applying for a place in the group of Parisian finalists.

Despite coming into play in the last quarter of an hour of PSG’s C1 semi-final against Leipzig on Tuesday, Marco Verratti is not guaranteed to see the Champions League final on Sunday against Bayern Munich. “It’s getting better, I started slowly with the team. It’s a bit hard to digest an injury, ”he breathed on Thursday as part of a media point.

“I do everything to be on the scoresheet and arrive in the best possible shape. I will do everything to be in the twenty-three (selected by Thomas Tuchel, editor’s note), ”adds the Italian midfielder with a unique profile within the Parisian collective. An old man of the workforce now who relishes this outcome. “It’s an incredible feeling. I’ve been here for eight years. This year, we had a fabulous journey. We have 90 minutes left, important in our footballing history and that of the club. “

“We lived through difficult times, both us and the supporters, but it’s part of a process, he explains. The C1, only one team wins and each year, there are five or six who can claim it. It’s very hard to get there. It’s nice to be in the final but there are 90 minutes left. We don’t want to stop there. First of all, we have to prepare it well and then we will try to play at our best level. “

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PSG in the final!

The Parisians assumed their favorite status against Leipzig (3-0), Tuesday night in Lisbon, during the first semi-final of the Champions League.


Di Maria with the Angels

Author of a goal and two assists against the Germans, Angel Di Maria was logically elected player of the match.


A little closer to the star

Once back in the locker room, the Parisians were able to let their joy burst out, Neymar and Kylian Mbappé, very accomplices, taking the opportunity to push the song.


Madness in Paris

Welcomed as heroes at their hotel, Thomas Tuchel’s players were also celebrated in Paris, near the Parc des Princes.


All at the park

Smoke, fireworks: PSG supporters celebrated with dignity this historic feat of the capital club.


Fields in red and blue

The party extended to the Champs-Elysées, also stormed by Parisian supporters a few minutes after the final whistle.


The capital in celebration

There too, fireworks were fired to salute the performance of Kylian Mbappé and his partners, who will face OL or Bayern Munich in the final.


O City of Light …

The party continued until almost two in the morning for the Parisian supporters, happy as ever!


See you Sunday?

It took the intervention of the police to put an end to the festivities and the few excesses observed on the Champs-Elysées.