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Galtier after Mbappé and Ramos' injury exit: "It doesn't seem very serious"


This Wednesday, PSG won (1-3) in Montpellier but lost Kylian Mbappé and Sergio Ramos to injury. The coach was in a conference

A good operation in the standings with a victory in Montpellier (1-3) and Lens' home defeat against Nice (0-1).

So much for the good news but Paris also lost Kylian Mbappé and Sergio Ramos to injury.

Christophe Galtier commented on all these events at a press conference after the match.

What is the news of your two wounded?


After a shock to the head, Sergio hurt his adductor when he fell.

We think it's no big deal.

He preferred to go out and not take risks when we have to play matches every three days.

Regarding Kylian, on a tackle, he took a blow to the knee and behind the knee.

Is it a contusion or a hematoma?

We do not know yet.

It doesn't seem like a big deal to either of them.

They are two very important players and there is this schedule.

On what we saw at half-time and after the match, there is no concern.

How do you judge the game?

We had ball losses, we had to be careful in depth, we had worked on that.

I am satisfied with the result.

We had an incredible scenario in the first period with in particular these two missed penalties.

The second period was more successful.

I put people in the middle in the heart of the game to recover the most balls, quickly and high.

We had to get back to winning ways, it's a very tight championship.

I am happy with the efforts made by the team.

The players responded.

Do you feel extra pressure as the Champions League approaches?

(Laughs) Yes automatically, there is pressure and an obligation of result.

But I knew it before.

The Champions League requires us to be ready at that time.

We have to cross our fingers that there are no injuries.

We have a busy schedule with difficult matches.

The injured are also the history of the Champions League.

It counts.

Any word on Warren Zaire-Emery's first pro goal?

I'm very happy for him because he's a Parisian Titi.

I wanted to bring him in because he was unhappy with the equalizer in Reims last Sunday and a lot of people have been attacking him since.

It was hard for him.

It is a strong signal for young people trained at the club.

He became the youngest player trained at the scoring club.

Are you disappointed not to be able to count on Hakim Ziyech in the coming months, who could not join you during this transfer window?

We wanted to replace Pablo Sarabia, with a player capable of playing on the right side.

Unfortunately, that didn't happen.

These are the vagaries of the transfer window.

You have to accept it.

The responsibility does not lie with PSG from what I know.

Source: leparis

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