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PSG fans received good news from two pillars

Those who love the home team of the Prince’s Park can feel reassured because both Kylian Mbappe and Marco Verratti are on the list to Portugal.

Before the leagues were postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, PSG had excellently reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League this season. Specifically, the defending champions Ligue 1 had a great comeback in the second leg in Paris against Dortmund before beating the Bundesliga runner-up 2019/2020 2-0, thereby winning the final after two matches with total score 3-2. PSG’s opponent in the eighth round of the strongest team is Atalanta, a name that has also made a lot of impression on viewers of football live this season thanks to their explosive attacking style.

On August 13, PSG and 7 of the best names for the right to play the quarterfinals will gather in the capital Lisbon to play the rest of Europe’s most prestigious arena. Recently, PSG fans have also received good news when the list to attend the quarterfinals has the presence of two pillars Kylian Mbappe and Marco Verratti.

PSG fans  - PSG fans received good news from two pillars

Kylian Mbappe was injured in the French Cup final against Saint – Etienne on July 25. Specifically, the French striker was sprained after the malicious phase of the Loic Perrin player on the opponent’s side. Mbappe was then unable to attend PSG’s two heated friendlies against Lyon and Sochaux. At that time, many sources said Mbappe may take at least 3 weeks to fully recover.

Meanwhile, Verratti was only injured when he joined his teammates in a training session not long ago. The idea that Verratti was only mildly hurt, coach Thomas Tuchel suddenly said he was unsure of the possibility that the Italian midfielder could play in the quarter-final against Atalanta or not.

However, the fact that the duo is present in PSG’s Lisbon list can make the fans of the French champions less worried. Both Mbappe and Verratti are irreplaceable pillars of the home team of the Prince’s Park and the return of these two players will give coach Thomas Tuchel more options to plan tactics for upcoming matches.