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Kylian Mbappe says he understands fan protests during Paris Saint-Germain’s 1-1 draw against Lens on Saturday, which sealed a 10th Ligue 1 title in a row.
PSG won the French league title with four games left with points against a 10-man Lens team, which equalized via Corentin Jean in the 88th minute.
The home crowd cheered when, after 75 minutes, Buh’s charge up the middle resulted in the keeper making one of his best saves of the day.
The 23-year-old Mbappe believes that although the anger over the club’s possible mistake in winning the Champions League despite significant investment in the squad this season is understandable, there is still a need to move on.
“Disappointed with the fans? Me no, I adapt,” Mbappe said. “They want to celebrate, they celebrate, they do not want to celebrate, they do not want to celebrate. They were disappointed, we fully understand them, but it is still a month since that happened.
“They wanted to send a message, the club understood that. It’s them who decide, we’re no one to tell them whether to celebrate it or not. We won, we’re happy.”
“Master my brother!”
The joy of the Parisians after the final whistle!