Paris Saint-Germain defeat Ligue-1 Bordeaux 3-0 on Sunday. At home, when fans are angry about another exit from European champions league, they constantly boo stars like Lionel Messi and Neymar.
Despite a gloomy atmosphere in the French capital, only Kylian Mbappe, who scored two goals in the round-16 Champions League defeat to Real Madrid, escaped the wrath of the fans.
On Sunday, Mbappé was right again, scoring the opening goal in the 24th minute, with Neymar and Leandro Paredes adding two more goals in the second half.
The Parisians are 15-point ahead of second-placed Nice and are on track to equal Saint-Etienne’s record of 10 French titles, but the fans are so disappointed and fustrated because of their lost in Champions League
Messi was booed as never before in his career, even in his bad times with Argentina, and whistled at every touch of the ball.
According to PSG Coach Mauricio Pochettino, he said the players had greeted the hostility with sadness.
“Anybody who loves PSG and it’s color has been disappointed by the kick off cannot experience it any other way..
“Sadness. I think that’s the right word. The unhappiness of enduring an afternoon like this here at the Parc des Princes.
“Messi and Neymar? We are all affected and we understand the fustrations and disappointments we have been through. But we are responsible. We just have to accept this as a team and we’ll be together till the end.” Ligue 1 is Pochettino’s only target this season.
“We are okay with the performance of the team in tough circumstances, the team came back, in an excellent erformance, with a 3-0,” said the Argentine.
Mbappe scored the first goal with a pass from Georginio Wijnaldum’s which is alsi involving Messi. It was mbappe fifteenth goal of the season in french league.
Neymar scored the second goal 7th minutes after the break with Messi again sending through for Achraf Hakimi who feed up the Brazilian to finish off.
Leandro Paredes was included in the scoresheet for the first time this season after scoring at the top of the net within an hour.
Bordeaux have lost 7 out of their ten away matches this season, and are at the bottom of the table.