“And when he makes a tackle like this, you can’t fault the boy.
“We spoke at half time, ‘be sensible’, and he was. But, of course, when you know the decision the referee made, you look back and say maybe you should have.
“There was no reason, from his performance, to take him off. He was lucky to stay on in the first half but that had no bearing on that the referee made a mistake there, that’s allowed.
“But Fred knows he shouldn’t put his head towards someone although he doesn’t touch him.”
Meanwhile, PSG boss Thomas Tuchel used a bizarre analogy after the contest – insisting they weren’t through yet despite the win.
Published at Thu, 03 Dec 2020 08:28:00 +0000