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Unai Emery Influence on PSG Policy

Unai Emery Influence on PSG Policy

The Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) coach, Unai Emery, claims he currently has more power in PSG.

Reported by from Marca, Unai Emery had threatened to leave PSG.

Emery’s threat is based on his desire to replace Paris Sports Director Saint-Germain.

Emery is rumored to have previously asked for Patrick Kluivert’s position to be replaced by Enrique Antero.

“I told the President (Nasser Al-Khelaifi), if I want to stay here, he needs to listen to me,” Emery said.

“The president then replaced Kluivert with Antero, now we have a good understanding,” Emery added.

The Spaniard also confirmed this change for the sake of PSG.

PSG must prepare themselves to live the rigors of European competition in addition to targeted to remain victorious in domestic competition.

2 Goals Neymar and Red Card Verratti Colorize PSG’s Victory

2 Goals Neymar and Red Card Verratti Colorize PSG’s Victory

Neymar scored twice as Paris Saint-Germain won 6-2 at Toulouse in Ligue 1, France’s first caste, at the Parc des Princes Stadium on Sunday (20/08/2017).

That way, Neymar has collected three goals in two games with his new club.

Other PSG goals came from Adrien Rabiot, Edinson Cavani, Javier Pastore, and Layvin Kurzawa. Toulouse replied via the slips of Max-Alain Gradel and Thiago Silva own goal.

Gradel brought Toulouse ahead in the 18th minute. He welcomes Kelvin Adou’s cross to thrill Alphonse Areola’s goal.

Left behind one goal, PSG increase the intensity of the attack, especially via Neymar prick. Recorded Squawka, a Brazilian figure that passed the opponent seven times out of seven experiments.

However, the breakthrough Neymar in the 31st minute is not created through the process of beautiful ball giringan, but easy. He grabbed a wild ball shot by Adrien Rabiot to equalize to 1-1.

Four minutes later, both players changed roles. Neymar service is maximized by Rabiot to bring PSG ahead.

After the break, PSG attack quality somewhat disturbed because it must play with ten players. It is Marco Verratti who entered the list of expulsions after being rewarded a second yellow card.

Minus the number of players, PSG also rely on individual actions Neymar to stab. The result, they get a penalty because Neymar violated in the forbidden box in the 75th minute.

Going forward as the executor, Edinson Cavani changed the score to 3-1.

Four minutes later, PSG missed a mistake in anticipation of Thiago Silva who made the ball into the goal itself.

Instead of maximizing the number of players, Toulouse suffered three concedances in the last ten minutes.

Javier Pastore scored with a shot into the top corner of the net, while Layvin Kurzawa made an acrobatic kick.

Finally, Neymar closed his team’s goal after deceiving two players in injury time.

PSG also won 6-2 and is entitled to top the standings with a perfect collection of points from three matches.

Paris Saint-Germain 6-2 Toulouse (Neymar 31 ‘, A. Rabiot ’35, E. Cavani 75′-pen, J. Pastore 82’, Kurzawa 84 ‘, 90 + 2’ – M. Gradel 18 ‘, Thiago Silva 79’-bd)

Paris Saint-Germain: 16-Alphonse Areola; 32-Dani Alves, 3-Presnel Kmpembe, 2-Thiago Silva, 20-Layvin Kurzawa; 6-Marco Verratti, 8-Thiago Motta, 25-Adrien Rabiot; 11-Angel Di Maria, 9-Edinson Cavani, 10-Neymar

Coach: Unai Emery

Toulouse: 40-Alban Lafont; 2-Kelvin Adou, 5-Issa Diop, 6-Christopher Jullien, 29-Francois Moubandje; 19-Somalia, 27-Alexi Blin; 21-Jimmy Durmaz, 11-Ola Toivonen, 15-Max-Alain Gradel; 10-Andy Delort

Coach: Pascal Dupraz

Referee: Amaury Delerue