“If his name is Ekitke …”, Messi is still very expensive

Hungry for sport, he grew up to the sound of Formula 1 engines and the exploits of Ronaldinho. Today, a graduate of a Master’s degree in sports journalism, he no longer misses an F1 Grand Prix or a PSG match, his two passions and specialties.

Although he delivered the Parc des Princes in stoppage time against LOSC (4-3) thanks to a free kick of which he has the secret, Lionel Messi was not very visible during the meeting. Pierre Ménès therefore does not fail to tackle the Argentinian, recalling that if Hugo Ekitike had delivered such a performance, the critics would have fallen on him.

Still in trouble, PSG nevertheless had the merit of snatching the victory against the LOSC Sunday (4-3) thanks to a free kick from Lionel Messi in stoppage time. A success that should not hide the shortcomings of Paris and especially the mediocre performance of the Argentinian as recalled Pierre Menes.

“Neymar is injured, so everyone is talking about poker and McDonalds again”

The Parisians’ game cannot be consistent with a midfield made up of Vitinha and Ruiz, who are mediocre players. Currently, Verratti is at the same level of mediocrity. The penalty on Verratti is a bit harsh, especially the yellow. Neymar is injured, so everyone talks about poker and MacDo again, but no one talks about the fault of Benjamin André, the man who makes six faults per match with complete impunity. It’s a fault that deserves yellow, even red (…) Mendes was also injured. Behind, PSG had Pembélé who was not a starter in Bordeaux last year, Kimpembe who is painfully returning from four months of absence and Bernat is not just half a Bernat », launches the journalist in a video Youtube before continuing.

“If Messi is called Ekitiké, he leaves at half-time”

PSG had a reaction of pride, in a Parc des Princes which never let them go, it should be noted (…) What would PSG be without Mbappé? Let’s be clear, nothing! Messi was infuriating the whole game, walking, being off time and completely unconcerned, but he puts in that free kick. It’s clear that if Messi is called Ekitiké, he leaves at half-time. But it’s Messi, and he can pull out magic at any time, especially from a free kick. It’s a victory that doesn’t solve everything for PSG, but it allows them to regain some ease in the league. Everything is not settled, PSG still conceded three goals », adds Pierre Menes.