During Paris Saint-triumph Germain’s in Ajaccio, Christophe Galtier was captivated by Léo Messi, who scored and doubled as a passer.
PSG head coach Christophe Galtier, who led his team to a 3-0 victory at Ajaccio:
It was a match that comes after the classic versus OM and that comes before a major meeting in the Champions League. Victory is always crucial, and it came in a match that was like that. It never fails to be trap matches. In the first quarter and a half, Ajaccio placed a significant amount of pressure on us. As soon as the pressure was relieved, we got our foot on the ball, and immediately after that, we started creating interesting opportunities, including the goal. The players were put through their technical paces. The second half of the game featured a less intense rhythm, and we exhibited a high level of technical ability. We had shining moments, but we were unable to capitalize on them, which gave Ajaccio reason for optimism up until our final two great goals, one of which was scored by Messi. Because Leo is the greatest player in the history of football, fans travel to watch him play at the stadium. He enjoys playing with other people, and he possesses the quality of wanting to play for the benefit of other people. He has a very charitable nature. When it came to the second goal, he was fantastic.