Spared by referee Jérémie Pignard against Brest (1-0) on Saturday, Presnel Kimpembe is not immune to criticism. Many condemn the behavior of the Paris Saint-Germain central defender who unfortunately serves as an example for future generations.
Despite his unavailability, the next few days will not be easy for Presnel Kimpembe. The central defender of Paris Saint-Germain is the subject of controversy after his attitude against Brest on Saturday. For starters, the captain of the day in the absence of Marquinhos at kick-off miraculously escaped the second yellow card on a dangerous tackle. Then the Parisian disrespected Jérémie Pignard. ” Wesh, don’t touch me brother! Why are you touching me? “, released Presnel Kimpembe by dismissing the hand of the referee.
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Unacceptable behavior for journalist Dave Appadoo, shocked to see the international tricolor doing so well. ” I find Presnel Kimpembe’s attitude deplorable and inexcusable, even more so when you are captaincriticized the columnist for the L’Equipe channel. I found it scandalous as an attitude. When you see the scene, it is scandalous. It’s incredible that the referee, who had arrived like a pedagogue to try to calm him down and bring him back down, knowing that he had just escaped the red… And that he was behaving like that… »
Kimpembe the bad example
” So maybe it’s under the effect of irritation because he knows he’s hurt, but despite everything he should never do that. And above all it is terrible that he is not sanctioned because what impact? We know very well that this has consequenceswarned the journalist. That is to say that behind, the kids, the district matches, etc., we know very well that this kind of attitude has consequences when they pass and they are not sanctioned. Indeed, Presnel Kimpembe is now proof that bad behavior on the pitch is not necessarily synonymous with punishment.