PSG-Dortmund (0-1): “Justice of God”, when Kheira Hamraoui savors the defeat of the Parisians

PSG-Dortmund (0-1): “Justice of God”, when Kheira Hamraoui savors the defeat of the Parisians
PSG-Dortmund (0-1): “Justice of God”, when Kheira Hamraoui savors the defeat of the Parisians

An elimination of PSG synonymous with satisfaction for Kheira Hamraoui? The former player of the women’s section of Paris Saint-Germain spoke on X just after the defeat of the capital club against Borussia Dortmund (0-1), in the semi-final second leg of the Champions League.

“Justice of GOD”, wrote the midfielder who now plays in the Mexican first division within the Club of America, after the final whistle came to mark the elimination of PSG from the European competition. As if to rejoice at the fate reserved for his former male counterparts.

Kheira Hamraroui, who played for Paris Saint-Germain between 2012 and 2016 then from 2021 to 2023, was attacked by four men on November 4, 2021. Her former teammate Aminata Diallo, who was driving the car during the attack, is suspected to be the sponsor of this ambush; she was indicted in September 2022 for “aggravated violence” and “criminal conspiracy”. Quickly after this attack, the relationship between the French international (39 caps) and the club deteriorated considerably.

In a message posted on social networks, when leaving the capital, she explained having experienced “the most painful page of (her) career”, “two years of hellish storm in a club which [l]abandoned and who did everything to [la] send away “. She also spoke of “pressures inside and outside the club”.

Already at the end of last season, Kheira Hamraoui made headlines with a message that was not entirely clear. This time, she directly appealed to the PSG supporters present at the Parc des Princes during the D1 Arkema title match against Olympique Lyonnais, which Paris lost (0-1). Under her club jersey, she had prepared a message on a t-shirt: “Insults; No excuses!! Where are the men ?? » and to finish… a surprising “Patrick Juvet”, most certainly in reference to the title “Where are the women?” » from the French singer.

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