There is no reason to whistle our players
,” hammered Christophe Galtier on Friday at a press conference.
Message received ?
If the Parisian players were generally applauded when they entered the lawn for the warm-up and again when the starting 11 was announced, the public at the Parc des Princes gave a more mixed reception to Leo Messi this Sunday, before PSG -Reindeer.
Applause all the same, but also whistles for the seven-time 35-year-old Argentine Golden Ball, who is undoubtedly blamed for not having performed the miracles that his status requires against Bayern.
Whistles for Leo Messi?
Last season is last season.
Our players have given the maximum in this competition.
To be more specific compared to Leo, it's 18 goals and 17 assists.
We were not eliminated because of so and so.
We were eliminated because Bayern arrived in much better shape than us in this double confrontation
,” Galtier said.
Calendar and results Ligue 1
League 1 standings
Free at the end of the season, Messi has not yet decided for his future.
In recent days, there has been talk of a falling out with Christophe Galtier in training.
False, replied the 56-year-old technician on
before the match: “
I saw that, I did not expect your question.
In the middle of the session, Wednesday, Leo felt discomfort in the adductor.
He cut his session short.
The next day, he remained in treatment with the medical staff and was able to continue the last two sessions before the match (Friday and Saturday, editor's note).
Nothing happened between Leo and the band, between Leo and me
Of which act.
In the meantime, the "Pulga" will still have to whip before entering the hearts of the supporters...