Idrissa Gueye ‘would possibly presumably per chance presumably’ve broken Ilkay Gundogan’s ankle’ as Stuart Pearce hits out at ‘disgraceful deliver’ in PSG defeat to Man Metropolis
Stuart Pearce was left raging at Idrissa Gueye’s kind out on Ilkay Gundogan at some stage in Paris Saint-Germain’s 2-1 defeat to Manchester Metropolis on Wednesday night.
The PSG midfielder was given a straight red card, ruling him out of the return leg, following a needlessly awful deliver on the Man Metropolis man.
Gundogan was lucky to flee unscathed as Gueye’s studs clattered into the aid of his Achilles within the 78th minute.
Oldschool Metropolis defender Pearce was never apprehensive of a tall deliver, however even ‘Psycho’ notion that was a grim kind out from the ex-Everton destroyer.
“We’ve valid viewed a replay, I believed it was poor after I first saw it,” Pearce acknowledged on commentary for talkSPORT. “It was a disgraceful deliver.
“He would possibly presumably per chance presumably’ve broken the kid’s ankle. It was a horrific deliver from within the aid of, straight down his Achilles, it can presumably per chance presumably’ve broken his ankle with ease.”
It executed a total capitulation for the French champions, who had bossed the first-half and saw two mistakes in six minutes flip the match on its head.
Kevin De Bruyne’s wicked kept away from everyone, at the side of PSG goalkeeper Keylor Navas, as Metropolis cancelled out Marquinhos’ opener.
And the Paris defences were breached all over again when Riyad Mahrez’s free-kick went straight by a gap within the wall.
For all Metropolis’s second-half brilliance, Pearce was left shrinking by the mistakes which allowed them to total a fascinating turnaround.
“The two targets they’ve conceded fetch been fully farcical,” he acknowledged.