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Tops / Flops Rennes-PSG: Doku the detonator, Paris lost his mind

2021-05-12T09:56:49.637Z

The speed of Doku, the strength of Da Silva, but also this PSG below everything: find the Tops and Flops of the editorial staff at the end of this meeting between Rennes and Paris (1-1).



Tops

Doku, a real devil


The winger Jérémy Doku was

one of the big attractions of this match

.

Lively, tonic, he hurt the Parisian side, sailing from left to right.

Very impactful, he made several differences in this match and allowed Rennes to keep PSG under pressure.

Da Silva, solid in the position


Experienced defender, Damien Da Silva perfectly controlled his defense.

Hard on the man, he cut a lot of opposing trajectories and crosses.

Above all, he competed with the Parisian attackers and in particular Neymar, whom he took over with a perfect tackle.

Navas, still a savior


We had forgotten his status as a savior after a ups and downs in the Champions League.

But we found the great Keylor Navas on the side of Rennes with several decisive saves (6 in total), the last of which in front of a shot from Tait promised to go to the back of his net.

He undoubtedly saved Paris from a new defeat.

Flops

Orphan of Mbappé, Paris does not look like much


Again,

PSG has made a copy unworthy

of its status in this Ligue 1. While the title is yet to be conquered, the capital club has delivered a performance very disappointing. Without genius, Pochettino's men proved incapable of exerting lasting pressure on this Rennes team and in particular seemed out of breath after the break. Physically, mentally, this team does not seem to be on point.

Kimpembe does not have the shoulders


The Parisian defender has recently shown many shortcomings which prove once again his irregularity.

Maybe he pays for all the effort put into the season.

Still, it still appeared to the limit on certain interventions.

And as a symbol, he ended up losing track with a dangerous tackle that earned him a deserved expulsion.

Neymar, still his bad side


The Brazilian might have scored from the penalty spot, he was annoying the rest of the time.

Being guilty of several losses of ball, he seemed little concerned and involved.

Annoying with his partners, he was not the expected technical leader.

The VAR is still debated


Video refereeing has not ceased to be debated since it was established in 2018. And it still made the talk just before half-time when a clash between Kurzawa and Aguerd in the box got the referee to call in the video.

After long seconds of observation, he chose to whistle a penalty when no Parisian player had protested before.

A fact of the game that has long made Rennes mad with rage.

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Source: lefigaro

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