The Ultras are displayed in the stands of the Parc des Princes to show their support for PSG, which travels to Brest on Sunday evening, with the ambition of winning a 10th title.
Under the threat of a white season that would have been difficult, a few days ago, Paris Saint-Germain has an appointment with history. The capital club is traveling to Brest on Sunday evening (9 p.m.) to maintain the hope of lifting a 10th French league title, and thus equal the record held by AS Saint-Etienne. But the Parc des Princes has already vibrated with the colors of the club, thanks to the unconditional support of its supporters.
The Ultras Paris Collective, the main group of PSG supporters, took over the Parisian enclosure, and animated the stands which should have been empty with chants and smoke. And a banner: “Win the title for our historic colors.”
Neymar and Kimpembe back
PSG and Lille, ahead of the Parisian club, are engaged in a final battle from a distance in the race for the title. Paris Saint-Germain, which is a little behind the Mastiffs, must win and hope that Lille does not win in Angers to win the title. Monaco, three points behind Lille, still has a mathematical chance of being crowned, but it would take an unlikely scenario for ASM to steal first place on the wire. “You always have to believe in it. It’s a principle. We will try to win,” said coach Mauricio Pochettino.
Good news for the Parisians, the Argentinian technician will be able to count on a group not far from being complete. Neymar and Presnel Kimpembe make their return after serving their suspension. Absent against Reims (4-0) last Sunday, because sick, Idrissa Gueye and Abdou Diallo are well suited. They played the Coupe de France final on Wednesday, won against Monaco (2-0). Midfielder Julian Draxler, victim of a muscle problem against the Rémois, is training normally. Only the midfielder Marco Verratti (knee) and defenders Layvin Kurzawa (ankle) and Juan Bernat (recovery) are missing.