PARIS (FRANCE) – Sigh of relief for the PSG and for the French national team, Kylian Mbappé was not infected with the coronavirus. The swab failed. As the French newspaper L'Equipe writes, the French champion has undergone the swab to see if he was suffering from coronavirus after two days in which he was forced to skip training for health problems.
If the test confirmed Mbappé's positivity, the Champions League match between PSG and Borussia Dortmund would certainly have been postponed. Fortunately Mbappé does not have the coronavirus and therefore the match will be played regularly (even if behind closed doors). Will Mbappé be there? It's difficult. The French striker does not have the coronavirus but is still severely weakened by a bad flu with goal ache and fever.
For the French, this is the most important game of the season. The first leg, played in Dortmund, ended on the result of two by one for the Germans. The PSG had taken the lead with a goal by Neymar but then was stretched by the brace of the Norwegian baby phenomenon Haaland. In a few hours, the PSG will seek a comeback to access the Champions League quarter-finals, with or without Mbappé …
Source: Blitz Quotidiano