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Manchester City-PSG: "Forever the first", Brandao bedroom the Parisians after the elimination

2021-05-06T02:41:04.834Z

The former OM striker mocked on Twitter the elimination of PSG in the semi-finals of the Champions League.



He lives again in Brazil, where he trains the U17s of the Londrina club, but Brandao has not forgotten the rivalry between OM and PSG.

The former Marseille striker, French champion with the Marseille club in 2010, did not hide his joy Tuesday night at the end of the Champions League semi-final return between Manchester City and Paris, which ended with a defeat ( 2-0) and elimination for players from the capital.

"Good night to all and life goes on", wrote on Twitter the ex-attacker, not failing to add the hashtags #teamOM and #A never the first, in reference to the European coronation of Marseillais in 1993, the only one of a French club in C1 to date.

A message hailed by OM supporters, but also mocked by PSG supporters.

Good night everyone and life goes on ... # AJamaisLesPremiers #TeamOM ✌🏽😜

- BRANDÃO (@ EvaeversonB9) May 4, 2021

In addition to his past as an OM player, Brandao has a particular liability with Paris.

In 2014, while playing in Bastia, he inflicted a head butt on Parisian midfielder Thiago Motta.

He had been sentenced to one month in prison, a sentence reduced to five months suspended on appeal.

He also received a six-month sports suspension.

Another former Ligue 1 also joked about the elimination of Mauricio Pochettino's men.

“When Lyon does not play against City, we see what happens,” said on Twitter former OL defender Rafael, who went to Turkey to play Başakşehir this summer.

A way of recalling the history of the Lyon club, which fell to the English in the quarter-finals of the Champions League (3-1) in August 2020 and undefeated in three confrontations against the Citizens.

Last season, PSG's defeat against Bayern Munich (1-0) in the final of the event had already been mocked by Brandao, but also André-Pierre Gignac.

A current OM player, Dimitri Payet, also made fun of the Parisians via a video posted on Twitter.

A tackle that electrified the Clasico in September.

Source: leparis

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