The French international Benjamin Pavard gave his support to Lille, his former club, before the derby on the Lens field, this Friday (9 p.m., 36th day of Ligue 1). The right side urges them to win the title.
A world champion in support of a title contender. Benjamin Pavard (25) sent a message to supporters and Lille players before the derby on the Lens pitch, this Friday (9 p.m., 36th day of Ligue 1). Native of Maubeuge and trained in Lille (2005-2016), the right side of Bayern Munich pushes the Losc to sign a faultless which would open the doors to a fourth title of champion of France.
Christophe Galtier’s men are currently leaders with a point ahead of PSG. A small margin that will be enough for them if they win their last three games. It will begin with a visit to the neighboring Lensois, 5th and in the race to win a European qualification.
“Hi Lille supporters, I hope you are doing well,” launches the French international. First of all, congratulations on your magnificent season. Hats off. Now, there are 3 games, 3 finals, 3 wins and a derby to win Friday. I’m counting on you. Give everything and don’t give up. I’ll be behind my TV to encourage you and I’ll see you soon. “
Pavard had left Lille in 2016 for Stuttgart (then in German D2) after 25 appearances in two seasons with Lille jersey. He regretted the lack of confidence granted by Frédéric Antonetti, then on the Mastiff bench. “I did not have the confidence of the coach, and when I played, it was in all positions except mine, which is a central defender, he had confided a few years later in Goal. no communication with me. I felt he didn’t really consider me because I was young. ” “It’s a sporting choice, he will question himself, said Antonetti when his player left for Germany. In the world of football, even young and with talent, you have to be responsible.”