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Monaco-PSG: No Bernat, Marquinhos and Meunier – FRENCH FOOTBALL

by: Adam Smith


Monaco-PSG: No Bernat, Marquinhos and Meunier - FRENCH FOOTBALL 1

PSG coach Thomas Tuchel will have to do without several players for Wednesday night’s trip to Monaco, in a late match on the 15th of the Conforama League.

While the second round between AS Monaco and the Psg Paris coach Thomas Tuchel is already on the horizon, and is expected to mourn the absence of several players for his trip to the Principality on Wednesday night (9pm), in a late match on the 15th of Ligue 1 Conforama. The German technician announced at a press conference Tuesday that Thomas Meunier, Juan Bernat and Marquinhos would not travel, before the packages later on the day of Edinson Cavani and Leandro Paredes.

“No time to take risks”

« We’re pretty sure he’ll miss Bernat, Marquinhos and Meunier. These are failures, nothing serious, but this is not the time to take risks Thomas Tuchel said before saying that the composition of the group would depend on the last training that Parisian players had to do. « It is normal, after such an intense match, to feel things from a muscle or physical point of view. These three have been hit, but the others will normally be available Added.

Cavani and Walls also absent

And the German coach don’t take this precaution at all… After feeling physical discomfort this afternoon, Edinson Cavani (groin) and Leandro Paredes (right hamstring) are absent from the 20-man squad called to the monaco face, as are Bernat (right calf injury), Meunier (lower back) and Marquinhos (adductor pain).

On Sunday night, PSG and AS Monaco tied at the Parc des Princes in the final stages of the 20th ligue 1 Conforama (3-3). A match in which Bernat, Marquinhos and Meunier were all starters, while Cavani and Paredes had entered the game.

The PSG group: Bulka, Navas, Rico – Bakker, Dagba, Diallo, Kehrer, Kimpembe, Kouassi, Kurzawa, Thiago Silva – Di Maria, Draxler, Gueye, Herrera, Sarabia, Verratti – Icardi, Mbappé, Neymar.

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