34th: Bernardoni again, ahead of Messi this time!! It takes the 1.90m of the Angevin goalkeeper to get it this cross shot, horizontally. Nice stop again.
32nd : On the other hand, we see little or no Neymar for the moment. He stays in front even if the balls don’t arrive, while Messi, for example, goes down more to look for them.
30th : Bentaleb and Mendy are trying to get their team up a bit and set an example in pressing, but it’s complicated there in the middle for the Angevins, who run a lot in the void.
27th: Paris still dangerous on CPA! This time it’s Marquinhos who is on the receiving end of Messi’s kick, he lacks a hair or two to deflect it before Bernardoni punches it out.
25th : Ah yes I take a look in slow motion he does a little feat for us there on his Paulo line. Ramos had already left to celebrate.
24th: Ramoooooos very close to the break!! Super free kick from Messi, the tattooed Andalusian throws himself to head but Bernardoni pushes back I don’t know how. Huge save from the Angevin goalkeeper!
22nd : More and more interesting I find Mukiele on his right side, it defends, it hits and we saw that it crosses well. Good news for Parisians because on the right it has been complicated for a while.
20th : It’s a little better for Angers, who sees the ball more. But the Parisian defense manages it quietly. Meanwhile, Messi and Neymar are trotting ahead but more because it’s cold than anything else.,
18th : I am also monitoring the result of Lens, of course. Still 0-0 for the moment against Strasbourg at La Meinau.
16th : Hop hop hop the little misunderstanding between Donnarumma and Bernat, the Italian goalkeeper had come out of his area on a deep ball to clear but his defender took him under the nose as he ran towards the goal. This story could have ended badly.
It’s this way.
12th: Ouuuh Messi the breakthrough and the little pass for Neymar in the box… A bit too long, that’s a shame.
10th : First Angevin sequence in the Parisian camp which lasts more than a minute… It ends in a goal kick but it’s nice to see them there.
8th : Casually, that’s four goals (and two assists) for Ekitike in the last five games. He took advantage of the various and varied absences of the front three to start making his hole the little one (which is very big).
6th : Well here is a well-done business. And good luck to the Angevins especially.
5th: GOAL EKITIKE!! School three-way game with Messi who makes the difference on his ball and shifts Mukiele to the right, strong cross in front of goal and hop the former Rémois who cuts to the first and scores. Easy.
3rd : First minutes 100% Paris, the Sco has not touched the ball since kick-off (true). M’enfin, for the moment it remains the pass at 10 at the level of the central circle.
1st: GO GO!! Kick-off Angers.
8:59 p.m. : A minute of applause also in memory of Pelé. Good time.
8:57 p.m. : Both teams are here! Little handshakes, all that stuff. I’ll try not to confuse Paul Bernardoni and referee Eric Wattellier but I can’t promise anything.
8:55 p.m. : I don’t know the sound volume of the Park’s speakers, but we must be at least billions of decibels, it’s not possible. What hell these minutes before kick-off, there’s enough to lose the use of an ear. Or else I’m getting old, which is also possible.
8:52 p.m. : Minute of applause in tribute to Modeste Mbami as well as to Gilles Watelle, former podiatrist of the training center and then of the professional team, who remained at the club from 1978 to 2007.
8:49 p.m .: The announcement of the line-up by the announcer…. Lots of applause and I thought I heard a few whistles for Messi.
8:46 p.m. : Come on, end of the warm-up, the players go back to the locker room. We put on the jerseys and hop, let’s go.
8:39 p.m. : No Zaire-Emery in the middle, I’m a little disappointed I admit I would have liked to observe the phenomenon closely. Middle of lumberjacks with Danilo, Vitinha and Ruiz chosen by the Parisian coach.
8:35 p.m. : Lionel Messi is therefore back tonight, three weeks after his title of world champion. No ceremony specially organized for him. In any case, if it was the reception of the public that the club feared, given the ovation received at 8 p.m. when the line-up was first announced when there was hardly anyone in the stands, we can say that the Parisian supporters are very happy to see him.
8:33 p.m. : I can’t be closer to the action to show you this match, since I’m in the press box at the Parc. A park barely half full half an hour before kickoff, but it will fill up slowly.
8:31 p.m.: Hello everyone! We left for the live
And here is Leo Messi again! The Argentinian, who returned to Paris last week, is expected this evening to celebrate his title of world champion with the Parc des Princes. That’s good, Kylian Mbappé is still absent, it’s now or never. We are curious to see what state the Argentinian will be in, after having won the last trophy he was missing. It will certainly take him some time to regain his level of the first part of the season. A gentle comeback in any case against Angers, dead last in the championship with their series of nine defeats in a row.
>> We meet around 8:30 p.m. to witness the king’s return…