PSG-OM: "one thing would be logical"Harito believes

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Following OM’s defeat at PSG in Ligue 1 (2-1) on Sunday evening, Marseille striker Amin Harit felt the Olympians should or should have drawn from the Parc des Princes.

Rennes fell against Monaco on Friday (3-2), with Om still second in Ligue 1, after the 32nd day, and still five points ahead of Nice, fourth. But PSG’s on-field defeat in the Classic (2-1) left Marseille striker Amin Harit with some regrets on Sunday evening.

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“I think tonight we showed a good face for Olympique de Marseille, launching the Moroccans in a mixed field, despite a purposefully disappointing match. It was not an easy match against a great team. There will be disappointment but we have to switch We have to do it quickly because we have a match coming up on Wednesday (against Nantes, in Ligue 1). I think we competed and I would even say we were ready for it.” One of the best teams. We could have snatched better, a point would have been logical given the nature of the game.”

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a punishment? “Somewhat Unreasonable Judgment”

A match marked by a disputed penalty awarded to PSG at the end of the first period, and a goal denied to OM at the end of the second for a minor offside position.

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“On the canceled goal I think there will be nothing to say, there is a slight offside position from William (Saliba), believes Harit. On the penalty, however, I think it will be a bit It’s an unfair decision. The ball touches the thigh a little before it bounces on Valentin’s (Rongier) hand but I feel there is no desire to make a hand.”

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