This Wednesday evening, Olympique de Marseille lost in the Champions Trophy against Paris Saint-Germain, in Lens, with the score of two goals to one. The second Parisian goal was the work of Neymar on penalty following a fault by Pelé, who had replaced Mandanda, injured in the thigh. It was also the occasion for a reunion between Alvaro Gonzalez and Neymar, who came into play.
Two big mistakes by the Spaniard later and a yellow card, we felt the former Villarreal a little tense. Obviously, the question was put to André Villas-Boas during the press conference. The Portuguese took his look of bad days, first evacuated the reunion between the two players, before turning on the referee of the meeting, Ruddy Buquet.
Villas-Boas spoke to Buquet
« No, I didn’t feel him more tense at that time (Alvaro, editor’s note). The only thing I see is that OM are a hit but not Paris Saint-Germain. I spoke to the referee at the end, he told me that the two faults that Paris makes in our counter-attacks are not yellow cards … well … usually when you stop a counter-attack with a fault, it’s a direct yellow card, nothing there. He gave to us and not to them. It is a difference of treatment once again against OM. I have nothing to add “, He blurted out.
Indeed, at the end of the match, we could see the OM coach and the referees on the pitch discussing before Ricardo Carvalho came to see if everything was going well. Since the start of the season, André Villas-Boas has now explained that his team is the one that is the most subject to cardboard boxes. That of Alvaro this Wednesday evening will cause his absence against Lens …
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