PSG militants removed their tarp in the second round on Wednesday during their victory at Angers (0-3). According to Le Parisien, in the still tense atmosphere of protest, a hundred of them left the gallery.
Another sign of protest. Members of the Collectif Ultra Paris (CUP) remove their tarpaulin on the grounds of Angers (0-3) during PSG’s big win on Wednesday during the second period. It was already put on the upside as has been going on for more than a month and Paris’ elimination in the Champions League knockout stages against Real Madrid.
Fans miss Marquinhos’ goal
It was finally dropped around the 70th minute of the game. Some Paris supporters also left the stands before the final whistle. According to Le Parisien, it was also hundreds of CUP members who left the park, thus missing out on their team’s third goal, scored by Marquinhos. A strong gesture since this time of the meeting, Paris was in a position to be crowned France.
At the end of the match, none of the players from Paris came to greet the supporters who had traveled from the capital. No one spoke even in the mixed area. Mauricio Pochettino complied while Keylor Navas expressed his displeasure over Canal+’s microphone. Therefore the atmosphere between the supporters and their team is always tense.
By winning, Paris took a major step towards the title and needed only one point from the last five matches to afford the tenth coronation in their history. This may coincide with the Lens reception at the Parc des Princes on Saturday (9 p.m., the 34th day). And the trend is neither reconciliation, nor celebration on the part of extremists. Last Sunday, Paris captain Marquinhos regretted the lack of encouragement from supporters for the clash against OM (2-1).