PSG: two match suspension for Gianluigi Donnarumma after his expulsion from Le Havre

The disciplinary committee imposed two firm suspensions on PSG goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma for a poorly controlled outing against Le Havre Josué Casimir. This Sunday, December 3, at the Océane stadium, and before the Parisians finally won (0-2), it was a misunderstanding with Nordi Mukiele which led to the exclusion of the goalkeeper. A long ball over the defense, a teammate who procrastinated, and Gigi Donnarumma found himself attempting a delayed exit on Josué Casimir.

By placing his foot dangerously at the level of the Norman attacker’s face, the Italian was penalized with a direct red card. A fault for which his coach preferred not to incriminate him after the meeting. “There was a mistake with the defensive line. We were distracted and he tried to intervene, but the attacker was in front of him,” Luis Enrique said on Prime Video. “I don’t think that was his mistake. It’s more my responsibility since it’s me who asks my goalkeeper to play like this on the opponent’s long balls,” he continued at a press conference. The sanction deprives him of the next two days of Ligue 1 against Nantes and Lille, even though Keylor Navas is injured in his back. It was the young Spanish hopeful Arnau Tenas who took his place in goal in Normandy,


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