“Everything was in place to witness a disaster”, according to Luis Enrique, but Paris still won

“Everything was in place to witness a disaster”, according to Luis Enrique, but Paris still won
“Everything was in place to witness a disaster”, according to Luis Enrique, but Paris still won

He warned on Tuesday at a press conference. Even if PSG was going to play two championship matches without major stakes, because already champion, Luis Enrique wanted his players not to let go. Particularly for the match in Nice on Wednesday evening. And the Spanish coach, who was notably deprived of Kylian Mbappé and Ousmane Dembélé, was well heard and savored the victory of his team at the Allianz Riviera (1-2).

The Spaniard liked the way his team behaved because “all the circumstances were there to witness a disaster for Paris,” he explained at a press conference. Nice is a high-level team, with a top coach, whose playing ideas I really like. Everything came together for a very difficult match. But the team showed its willingness to fight. The victory is deserved in a difficult context. »

Luis Enrique obviously appreciated the meeting with Bradley Barcola, who “showed, this season from the start, that he was capable of playing at a high level. He was magnificent tonight on offense and defense.” The former Lyonnais was a scorer, decisive passer and caused the expulsion of a Nice player. It’s not just the Spanish coach who must have appreciated it. Isn’t that Didier Deschamps?

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