The Limited Times

Now you can see non-English news...

PSG-Lyon (2-1): OL want arbitration after the penalty awarded to Neymar

2021-09-20T05:08:53.937Z

The Lyonnais do not accept the whistled penalty in favor of PSG which allowed Paris to equalize before winning, Sunday night, in the close



In the amphitheater of the Parc des Princes, Lyon, defeated in added time (2-1), displayed immense frustration. Even more than the goal conceded in stoppage time which deprives OL of a deserved point against PSG, it is above all the Parisian equalizer, after the opening score of Paqueta, on a penalty from Neymar which remains across the Lyon gorges. For the whole club, Clément Turpin should never have granted a penalty after a duel between young Malo and Neymar. On slow motion, we can clearly see that Neymar is much more at fault than the young Lyon hope. As often in such a case, the first to draw to defend his club is President Jean-Michel Aulas. “We are very proud of our players tonight,” he says. We managed to hamper this PSG team. This penalty is an aberration.The VAR should have intervened. The decision is not normal. "

Peter Bosz, the Dutch coach of Lyon, does not say anything else.

“We don't deserve to lose honestly.

We saw a real match, we tried to push high.

In the end, we didn't defend well.

It must also be recognized, especially on the second goal.

When you can't win, you have to know not to lose.

But I am very proud of my team.

The penalty?

At the edge of the pitch, I first said:

Malo 18 years old, what a mistake…

But on TV, I saw that it was, on the contrary, a fault of Neymar who gets his hands on Malo's blow.

At 100% there is no peno.

I understand the referee who cannot see him.

But the VAR must see it.

It is a mistake.

The result is bad but I saw a lot of good things in a full stadium and against a good team.

I repeat, we didn't deserve to lose this game.

"

Source: leparis

All sports articles on 2021-09-20

Similar news:

You may like

Trends 24h

Sports 2021-11-10T07:50:10.666Z

Latest

© Communities 2019 - Privacy