Thanks to a drawn draw against Lens (1-1) at the Parc des Princes this Saturday, PSG secured their tenth title of champion of France. If the Collectif Ultras Paris has decided not to celebrate the event with the players, the latter has enjoyed receiving this new trophy in the locker room.
A year after Christophe Gaultier’s loss of his title of champion of France, achieved by Lille, Mauricio Pochettino’s PSG regained their throne this Saturday for the point of a draw against Lens (1-1). On the final whistle, the Parisians had to celebrate having achieved this tenth title. The latter decided to leave the Parc des Princes to celebrate the event.
If this observation was regretted at the end of the match by Marco Verratti and Neymar, the latter still tasted as it was PSG’s list of where this new line should be added. In the locker room, players issued champagne, representing a breath of fresh air in this season, which has been marked by an early elimination in the Champions League.
Messi with Spanish speakers
The Parc des Princes certainly sounded hollow on the final whistle, but some elements of the club took advantage of this calmness to allow their relatives to walk the lawns of the champions of France. Former Madridists Keeler Navas and Sergio Ramos have invited their children to tour the stadium.
on social networks, spanish defender Was delighted to be able to win a new title for his first season in France: “We are the champions! We deserved it from start to finish, I am happy and proud of the team. And to win their first Ligue 1. Happy and sixth league title of my career.”
Ramos is not alone in deserving the new trophy. Arriving from FC Barcelona last summer, Lionel Messi, the author of a brilliant goal against Lensois, celebrated his first French championship with a Spanish-speaking staff. Especially Leandro Paredes, Ander Herrera, Navas, Ramos, Angel Di Maria, Neymar and Mauro Icardi.
The youth of the club also took part in this success. Midfielder Xavi Simmons was seen smiling on Instagram with his friends Eric Jr. Dina-Ebimbe, El Chadel Bitsiabu and Nuno Mendes.