PSG-OM: "worst classic in history", "I almost fell asleep"… consultants after the classic and the press do not tender

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While PSG won the classic against OM (2-1), the game offered by both teams was a year ahead of expectations and caused a lot of anger on social networks.

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The spectacle presented during the classic between PSG and OM (2-1) is far from reassuring football fans. Despite the poster’s reputation, both teams did nothing special and angered Internet users. “I almost fell asleep. There’s no atmosphere in the stadium already, the action wasn’t terrible, and we saw two mistakes by the goalkeepers”, analyzed Thierry Henry on Prime Video. Former Parisian Eric Rabesandratna cited “worst Clásico in history, a parody of football, worst match for PSG this year”. Some supporters estimate that he lost “two hours”. [leur] Life” after this tragic spectacle.

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“Air of Friendly Match”

Poverty in the sport was underscored by the media, particularly L’Equipe, which maintains that “this classic will not go down in history.” For its part, La Provence uses a strong word, explaining that “the air of a friendly match floats over the very quiet Parc des Princes.” The poverty of sport has not escaped even the foreign media. In Italy, Gazzetta dello Sport indicates that PSG “above all had to make a good impression against the militants still on strike.” But the Transalpine daily specifically noted the Classic’s “useless blame and fights”, adding that PSG’s win against Om is “always valuable, even in a doomed season.”

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In Spain, Mundo Deportivo confirms that “the talent available to PSG does not hide its mental fragility” observed after elimination in the Champions League knockout stages against Real Madrid. If Paris is getting closer and closer to the French champion’s 10th title, this season will make its mark in the capital.

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