Lewandowski’s message of hope ahead of the return quarterback
Robert Lewandowski has revived speculations on his possible presence for the quarter-final second leg of the Champions League between PSG and Bayern on Tuesday (9 p.m., direct on RMC Sport). The Polish striker posted a photo in which he continues his recovery with this message: “See you soon”. The Bayern striker is suffering from a ligament stretch in his right knee and will be out of the field for four weeks, according to the Bavarian club. On Wednesday, he confirmed that he would be forfeited for the comeback even if his post on social networks revived the wildest hopes among Bayern supporters.
Strasbourg-PSG and the memory of confinement
PSG have very special memories of their last trip to Strasbourg last season. The Parisians had traveled to Alsace to play the match of the 28th day on March 7, 2020. But the meeting was finally postponed by prefectural decree due to the multiplication of cases of coronavirus in the region. Thomas Tuchel’s men had made the decision once there before having to return to the capital without playing. The season was finally suspended a few days later before being definitively ended in May.
Without Marquinhos, Verratti, or Florenzi?
Several players will be unavailable for the trip of PSG to Strasbourg on Saturday. Released in the 30th minute against Bayern, Marquinhos (adductors) should not play in Alsace. The Brazilian will take exams this Friday which will reveal the exact nature of his injury. His participation in the quarter-final return against Bayern on Tuesday (9 p.m., live on RMC Sport) is uncertain.
Positive for the coronavirus, Alessandro Florenzi and Marco Verratti should not be on the trip to Strasbourg either. A doubt still hangs over Mauro Icardi and Layvin Kurzawa, already absent in Germany on Wednesday,
Hello and welcome to all !
Hello and welcome to everyone in this live on the eve of the match between Strasbourg and PSG, Saturday (5 p.m., 32nd day of Ligue 1). Beaten at home by Lille (0-1) last weekend, Paris is second in the three-point championship of Lille, which could provisionally take six lengths in the event of victory in Metz, this Friday (9 p.m.).
The trip to Alsace is crucial for Mauricio Pochettino’s men in the title race but also for the podium since Paris is only two points ahead of Lyon, 4th.