PSG-OM: Complicated year continues for Donnarumma


Gianluigi Donnarumma again showed signs of fever, at fault at the Marseille equalizer during the Classic on Sunday (2-1). This is the Italy goalkeeper’s third major mistake since his elimination against Real Madrid.

Gianluigi Donnarumma accumulates a headache. Yet very safe since arriving in Paris last summer, the Italian international has been living a nightmare for a few weeks in a Parisian cage. And it’s not his display of a surprising fever during the classic that will change anything. The author of a miss with both fists on a corner from Dimitri Payet, the former Milanese was completely torn and only threw the ball back to the front of his line.


Croatian defender Duje Caleta-Carr took the opportunity to score from close range and equalize. The Italian goalkeeper also had a good fear in extra time, with his exit from dangerous territory, where the European champions didn’t really know what to do with the ball.



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This delicate new performance from Donnarumma is in line with her latest performances. The Italian just hasn’t been the same since his Champions League round of 16 second leg against Real Madrid, where his clearing error gave Karim Benzema the advantage of launching the Spanish club to qualify for the quarter-finals. While the title of champion of France is almost in the pocket for PSG, what should Mauricio Pochettino do for the end of the season? Keep your faith in Gianluigi Donnarumma or give Keylor Navas a chance instead this Sunday?

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It is not only at club level that the Italian goalkeeper has shown signs of fever. During the previous rally, where the squadra failed to qualify for the Azura World Cup, the former Milanese alternated good and very bad against Turkey, a mistake on a goal by Ander. He even came very close to the gag goal at the end of the first period by clearing straight on a Turkish striker.


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