“Sense of Injustice”: Criticism of the PSG Penalty

PSG returned last night (Friday) to the French league with a tight 1: 2 over Angers after a controversial penalty by Killian Ambape. The Parisians continue to lead the table safely, but Mauricio Pochettino still has a lot of work to do, as his team continued not to impress. The absence of Leo Messi, Neymar and the rest of the South Americans who were absent due to the World Cup qualifiers should also not be used as an excuse.

Banja was furious at the referee who ruled Pendel in the 86th minute in favor of PSG (the same Ambape routed to the net) after a touch by Roman Thomas in the box. the coach Gerard Batikel He said at the end: “I said I will never cry for errors of judgment, so I will not cry and explain myself. I am in favor of the VAR system that corrects correctly in 80 percent of cases, but when you are on the side of 20%, there is a great sense of injustice and anger “.

Roman Thomas Was the most frustrated of them all and said at the end of the game: “It’s unbelievable what’s going on. There’s no shame in losing here, but like that? It’s impossible. We work all week hard and the referees can’t do their job. Spending millions on the VAR and not using it properly. I would rather get a quintet and not lose in this way. ”

PSG contact, Danilo Pereira, Who scored the equalizer, commented on the game: “It was not our good game, but it was enough to win. The opponent challenged us and played tight. In the second half we played a little more in the open and it served us. Good moments in the game. ”

Mauricio Pochettino, PSG coach, said after the game: “Killian Ambape has proven he shows up when the team needs him. The penalty? Hard to say. Sometimes it’s for your benefit and sometimes for your detriment. I understand Anger’s disappointment and I’m happy for the victory For us. ”

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