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Ligue 1: "I'm incredibly lucky to see Messi in the mornings in training", smiles Galtier


The Parisian coach looks back on his team's victory against Nice (2-1) on Saturday and the successful performance of Lionel Messi, scorer on a free kick.

Christophe Galtier (coach of PSG,

winner 2-1 against Nice on

Saturday evening, during

the 9th day of Ligue 1


 : “

The international break and Wednesday's match in the Champions League (against Benfica Lisbon, editor's note) can generate demobilization among players.

It's more difficult to come back to competition when you've traveled a lot and you've just come back from selection.

We had very little time to work.

Did the players want to do the minimum service?

I don't think so and Nice played a very good game.

The first period could lead me to think that we could accelerate, but the start of the second period was very bad with few runs and very little technical mastery.

Nice equalized and it was deserved.

We had to inject fresh blood to regain speed.

We had a hard time setting the pace.

I saw players who struggled to get into the game and restart the second half.

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(About Lionel Messi, goalscorer) I'm incredibly lucky to see him every morning in training.

He is well in his head, very happy.

He animates the game and is very generous.

He used to score a lot of goals but last season he had extenuating circumstances.

There, he regains a taste for scoring.

Can he become the best player in the world again?


He has prepared well, the relationship he has with his partners in the training sessions suggests that he is happy and when he is happy he performs and regains the standards he had throughout of his career


Source: lefigaro

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