Expelled during PSG’s big victory over AC Ajaccio (5-0) on Saturday evening, Achraf Hakimi attacked French refereeing on the way to the locker room.
Achraf Hakimi (again) saw red. Expelled during the defeat of Paris Saint-Germain in front of Lorient (1-3), on April 30, the Moroccan right side made his return to competition against AC Ajaccio this Saturday evening (5-0 victory for PSG), on the occasion of the 35th day of Ligue 1, after having served a suspension match. And as against the Hakes, the former Madrid player was excluded.
Following a foul on Lionel Messi at the end of the match, the tension rose a notch on the lawn of the Parc des Princes between Parisians and Corsicans. At the end of this scuffle, Achraf Hakimi, received a red card from Mr. Gaillouste, the referee of the meeting, because of a bad gesture on Thomas Mangani, also excluded after intervention of the VAR.
” This is France”
Exasperated by leaving the field and returning to his locker room, Achraf Hakimi got carried away against the French arbitration in the corridors of the Ile-de-France enclosure. ” That’s France.” thus released the Moroccan international in front of the camera of Canal +, broadcaster of the meeting.
🗨️ “This is France”
– CANAL+ Foot (@CanalplusFoot) May 13, 2023
A rant that necessarily recalls that of a certain Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who had had a similar reaction during a defeat of PSG in Bordeaux (3-2) in 2015. “I’ve been playing football for fifteen years and I’ve never seen such a bad referee in this shitty country,” he said. This country does not deserve PSG. PSG shouldn’t even be in this country, we’re too good for this country.”had launched the Swedish striker, which caused a huge uproar at the time.