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PSG-Toulouse (2-1): "I feel liberated, I have changed my mentality", explains Achraf Hakimi


The Moroccan defender scored and provided an assist for Messi. A rich evening which confirms its current good form.

He did not stay long in the mixed zone of the Parc des Princes.

But in less than two minutes, Achraf Hakimi explained in French the reasons for his current good form which is at the origin of the Parisian success against TFC (2-1) as it had been in Montpellier (1-3) three days earlier.

It was a complicated match but this victory is the most important...


Toulouse played well but we showed personality to take the three points.

We are very happy, we want to continue with this good mentality.

We feel you have been more liberated for a few games.

How do you explain it?

I'm happy to start the year this way and I hope to continue like this.

With the World Cup, I gained a lot of confidence.

I hope to continue like this and play as I do with the Morocco team.

I want to use this confidence to reproduce the same type of performance with Paris.

Do you feel more confident than at the start of the season?

It's not just a matter of trust.

I would say that I am more liberated.

I changed my mentality.

I don't think about what's going wrong but I focus on the positive things in the team.

How did you welcome the injury of your friend Kylian Mbappé?

It's hard.

A player like Kylian brings a lot to the team but we will find the solution and ensure that his absence from the team is not too noticeable.

Do you still hope to be able to count on him against Bayern?

I don't know, the most important thing is his physique, after that we'll see if he's there.

If he comes back, it's better for us, but if not, we'll find solutions to do good things.

Source: leparis

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