Publicado: Mier, Marcha 14, 2018
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

PSG striker Kylian Mbappe admits Real Madrid simply too good

PSG striker Kylian Mbappe admits Real Madrid simply too good

After Belgian right back Thomas Meunier opened the scoring just five minutes into the match, the French top-flight leaders were out of reach on promising forward Christopher Nkunku's two brilliant finishes.

Germain's (PSG) attacker Kylian Mbappe admitted on Saturday that Real Madrid proved that they are real champions, not simply good players.

"The PSG project, I believe in it", the 46-year-old said at a pre-match press conference.

PSG who are now on course to win back the title from Monaco now sit at the top of the standings with 77 points, 13 more than the champions.

PSG invested a lot last summer as they bought Neymar for €222 million from Barcelona in a historic signing. "Mine is to play on the pitch".

The win moved coach Claudio Ranieri's Nantes up to fifth place, while Sala's 12th league goal equalled his tally for Nantes last season with nine games left. UEFA's Financial Fair Play investigation is still a concern and the former Sevilla boss is naturally coming to the end of his time at Parc des Princes.

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Metz are now eight points adrift at the bottom after Lille secured a morale-boosting point with a 1-1 draw against European hopefuls Montpellier.

It seems that the Qatari businessman has to make real changes in his team, starting with the Spanish coach, Unai Emery, who was offended by Parisian fans. Click any of these buttons below!

"I think it's a deserved win".

Having already damaged captain Thiago Silva's untouchable status, theoretically making it easier for his successor to appoint a new skipper, one final thing that Emery can do is bring a few youth academy starlets closer to first team action.

"It's not Unai Emery who lost, it's PSG so it's up to all of us to be whistled". "It is a dream come true for me to play for the same club as my father". Also, on a personal level, the experience will set Emery up nicely for his next job, which will likely come in a less pressurised environment where a domestic clean sweep is viewed as a success in itself and not something considered a given before the season even starts.

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