A little Sunday evening movie at Sunday lunchtime. Therefore, Paris has succeeded in inventing a new concept, which is to transfer the mechanics of a Hollywood movie that achieved great success to the usually quiet regional playing field. Spectacle, suspense, twists, and a final package that is as amazing as it is electric, this is what will be in store for this poster for the tenth day of the French League between Brest and Paris Saint-Germain.
The success (2-3) that the Dream Team has achieved since Warren played Zaire Emery, the best optimistic man, alongside Kylian Mbappe, playing this time in two very distinct roles: that of the superhero and the less politically correct goalkeeper.
We are approaching extra time, Sunday 29 October at Stade Francis Le Play, when Paris, in great difficulty after passing the first half, will inherit a penalty kick, thanks to the intervention of the video referee, after a foul on Randall Kolo Mwani. . On the pitch, tensions rise, anger grows, and cards fall when Jonas Martin’s hand falls on Kylian Mbappe’s face, after several attempts to destabilize him.
Achraf Hakimi comes to his friend’s defense, and receives a warning, just like Ruiz, Brastois Brasier, Piso and Martin. But in the stands, the Moroccan is the target, as part of the crowd sang in unison a song describing “Hakimi is a rapist” in reference to the accusations against him for which he was put under review last March.
A sense of creativity that was not really to the taste of the double goalscorer that day, who, having scored the penalty in two stages, did not hesitate to return the favor to the Brest fans by tapping his shirt badge with three fingers telling them that it was Paris who had actually secured the three success points. . It was enough to give voice to the “poets” of Brest, who were happy to expand their insulting and homophobic repertoire towards the Parisian captain and his club.
“It’s a simple lack of level on Mbappe’s part.”
Because of his reluctance to talk about this topic, Luis Enrique initially explained that he “did not notice anything” in the dispute between his attacker and the public. The coach continued: “I just saw that there was a little tension in the stands, but I don’t know more.” Danilo was a little more prepared. “He was angry because of the crowd but not because of the match or the performance,” the Portuguese explained.
A reaction confirmed by the person in question, who seemed surprised by the truck that took him back to Paris after the match, by some criticizing him on social media because of his position. “Well of course, and I had to sing along when they insulted my teammate,” he posted on X.
In the ranks of Brest, captain Brendan Chardonnay was not offended by the position of Kylian Mbappé, whose status as the leader of the Blues, who is supposed to be united and ideal, was immediately pointed out by some. “He is a man like everyone else, he has feelings like everyone else,” the defender explained. To me, he has the right to do that, even if it bothers him. Whoever wants to do it, let him do it. There is no problem. »
“A little surprised by Mbappe’s reaction”, Eric Roy, who may not have paid attention to the songs, found “all this ridiculous”, and was “teased by this song” because he is “the star and the most dangerous player in the world”. a team. Should be above this. »
“I went to tell him he didn’t have to do it, but I don’t think he heard me,” explains Hugo Magnetti. Celebrate with your team and get back on your feet, don’t go and trash the entire field even when you get out. It’s a slight deficiency in Mbappe’s level, but no one died. I just hope so [si ça se reproduit] Against Bayern Munich or Real Madrid, he will have the courage to do it again. » What if we especially hope that the stands change their repertoire a little?