Messi and Neymar, the target of whistles and boos in the PSG thrashing

It was to be expected that the reception of the Parc des Princes was not going to be the best after the defeat against Real Madrid and the elimination of the Champions League. And this Sunday the forecast was confirmed. Paris Saint-Germain’s players were whistled, especially Lionel Messi and Neymar.

TREMENDOUS WEATHER IN THE PARC DES PRINCES! Whistles and boos for Messi, Neymar and Pochettino from PSG fans. pic.twitter.com/XFeHljTlO1 — SportsCenter (@SC_ESPN)
March 13, 2022

Parisian fans booed every player when the stadium announced the formation of the team except for Kylian Mbappe, who was the only one to receive applause. After the match began, the Argentine and the Brazilian were whistled every time they touched the ball.

MORE AND MORE BOOING FOR NEYMAR AND MESSI! The Brazilian took over the free kick and whistles rained down on the Parc des Princes. Nasser Al-Khelaïfi and Leonardo, present at the stadium. #ESPNenStarPlus pic.twitter.com/GN7Dudk5u2 — SportsCenter (@SC_ESPN)
March 13, 2022

Not even the thrashing saved them
PSG thrashed Bordeaux 3-0 for the 28th round of Ligue 1. However, the bulky result was not enough to alleviate the anger of the fans, who seem not to forgive the players the elimination of the Champions League.The Parisian team opened the account in the 25th minute with a goal from Mbappé, after a good move between Messi and Georginio Wijnaldum. In the complement, PSG came out with the decision to seal the victory and extended the advantage with a goal from Neymar (6′) and another from Leandro Paredes, who defined after an exquisite amague with which he left two players lying inside the area.
While Mauricio Pochettino remains in the team (there has long been talk of his departure), PSG is entrenched at the top of the standings (65 points) and stretched to 15 points ahead of Nice, its closest pursuer. However, it seems that the fans did not settle, because they also dismissed the team with whistles and boos.

Original source in Spanish

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