After the victory obtained by Paris Saint-Germain against Toulouse (2-1), this Saturday at the Parc des Princes, Achraf Hakimi spoke about the injury of Kylian Mbappé.
Kylian Mbappé was on everyone’s mind. Injured last Wednesday in Montpellier (3-1), the French striker of Paris Saint-Germain “suffers from a lesion of the left thigh at the level of the femoral biceps” who must keep him away from the field for three weeks. The 2018 world champion was thus not on the lawn of the Parc des Princes, this Saturday, against Toulouse Football Club (2-1), in a meeting of the 22nd day of Ligue 1 won by the capital club on goals from Achraf Hakimi and Lionel Messi.
“If he can do it, it’s better for us”
After the victory of his family, the Moroccan defender returned to the mixed zone on the unavailability of the 24-year-old player. Close to the native of Bondy, the right side of the Atlas Lions recognizes that his absence is detrimental. “It’s hard. We know the importance of Kylian in the team. We will find the solution to continue in the right mentality, to continue to have results and that we do not see too much that Kylian is not there. Before making a confession on a possible return of the Habs for the round of 16 first leg of the Champions League against the Germans of Bayern Munich, stalled on February 14 at the Parc des Princes.
Can Kylian Mbappé return for PSG-Bayern? Achraf Hakimi’s response after #PSGTFC:
“We’ll see if he arrives. If he arrives, it’s better for us, if not, we will find solutions to do good things for the match” pic.twitter.com/Vrng6YepDH
— Football.fr (@football_fr) February 4, 2023
Bayern don’t believe it
“I don’t know. The most important thing is his physique. We’ll see if it gets there. If he can, it’s better for us. Otherwise, we will have to find solutions.” According to the words of the former Interiste, Paris does not seem to exclude a return of Kylian Mbappé for this first act against the Munich ogre. For Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann, PSG are bluffing over the duration of the former Monegasque’s unavailability. To be continued in the next few days…