Four days after the victory over Montpellier (5-2), the debates remain heated concerning the relations between Neymar and Kylian Mbapp. For former Paris Saint-Germain player Mathieu Bodmer, this situation should not bother the two attackers. On condition of shooting in the same direction. Neymar scored his penalty against Montpellier. The victory of Paris Saint-Germain against Montpellier (5-2), Saturday in Ligue 1, left its mark. Number one taker for penalties, Kylian Mbapp (23) missed his attempt before seeing Neymar (30) succeed in his. While the Brazilian striker did not hesitate to like comments on social networks that scratched his compre franais, the former player of the capital club, Mathieu Bodmer, is not worried about the relationship between the two men.Bodmer is not worriedI’m not sure they will get along but me I don’t worry, explained the consultant for RMC. I played in some clubs where guys didn’t say hello to each other all year. But as long as there was a common objective and that we entered the field with the will to wet the jersey and win the matches, that was not a problem. The solution I have is to have Lionel Messi take penalties. Afterwards, there are internal discussions. It’s good that the club settled it quickly. It’s quick to gossip too much. Everything that affects PSG directly or indirectly, we talk a lot about it, added the ex-midfielder, who thinks the two men are smart enough to pull in the same direction. I don’t think it’s just the penalty but it’s been a long time. I think there is an ego problem between them. They pretended at some point with overtime, departures or not, etc. Now, we have to manage it and they have to manage to live like that. Again, they don’t have to be best friends to play together, pass and score goals. a, they are able to do it because they remain very great players. I’m not sure they eat together every day, but that’s a different issue. When they are on the ground, they must move in the same direction, continued the double champion of France. The need to pull in the same direction The 39-year-old man particularly insisted on his personal experience. I even played in a locker room where people didn’t say hello to the coach. It goes even further. And yet we were champions, it was the last title for a club a few years ago, Bodmer said, in reference to his time in Lyon. It has been a very complicated year to manage in the locker room. But in the end, we had very good results on the pitch. As soon as we put on the jersey to enter the lawn, everyone went in the same direction. When it was over, everyone was doing their own thing. Some didn’t say hello to each other, there were people arguing, there were fights, there were a lot of things. We could write a book about this season but in the end it remains a great season, assured the former Gone. It’s up to Neymar and Mbapp to show that PSG’s interests come first. What do you think of Bodmer’s comments? Do not hesitate to react and discuss in the Add a comment area…
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