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Mbappe ends up on crutches as PSG win Coupe de France

Mbappe ends up on crutches as PSG win Coupe de France”

"I'm here. I'm part of the project for a fourth year", Mbappe, 21, told BeIn Sports during halftime of PSG's 4-0 friendly win over Celtic, which was played in front of around 5,000 fans at Parc des Princes.

"The Coupe de France is a historic trophy".

"He adapts super quickly to all training sessions, he got up to speed very quickly". He came back in a good state of mind, in good shape.

PSG's Brazil defender Thiago Silva is chasing a fifth French Cup title that would put him in elite company alongside former PSG players Dominique Bathenay and Alain Roche plus ex-Lille defender Marceau Sommerlynck.

The woodwork was struck up the other end minutes later, but this time Neymar's shot did find the back of the net after coming down off the crossbar.

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"He will be on the pitch tomorrow". "We are here for a friendly match so those types of things should not have been happening".

The Coupe de la Ligue final against Lyon follows a week later, before attention switches to a Champions League quarter-final clash with free-scoring Atalanta on August 12.

"The best way to arrive in Portugal would be to do it with two extra trophies", Tuchel added.

"The focus of these past weeks was to prepare the team for this match against Saint-Etienne, to prepare it mentally, to prepare it physically". That would be the best way to prepare for the Champions League.



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