Psg collapses, Donnarumma apologizes
French champions suffer a heavy lesson in Monaco
New tumble for Paris Saint Germain. Galtier’s team, beleaguered by injuries (Mbappé, Messi, Mukiele, Renato Sanches and Verratti were absent, all with muscle problems), foundered at home to Monaco, which beat them 3-1 with Golovin’s goal and Ben Yedder’s brace.
Making the loss less bitter was Gianluigi Donnarumma, who apologized after the game to Prime Video on behalf of everyone: “There is no excuse for this defeat, we are disappointed and we have to apologize to them. We wanted to do better, but we have to think positive: we are still at the top of the standings. It’s a complicated moment, but we must not lose optimism: let’s keep working and focus on Tuesday’s game.”
In any case, Psg remains first with a 7-point lead right over the team from the Principality.