PSG collapses at full speed

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PSG is a broken project and the defeat against Stade de Rennes seems to have blown everything out of the water.

A team battered, dominated and tactically overwhelmed by a lesser side. Christophe Galtier's men went down 2-0 to Bruno Genesio's side at the Parc des Princes, with goals from Karl Toko Ekambi and Arnaud Kalimuendo sinking a team that had been stripped to the bone.

After 35 consecutive home wins in the last two years, PSG lost to the coach who has beaten them the most times (6).

As a result, the press in France continues to have a field day with the Parisians. L'Équipe reports that Qatar will reflect in the coming months on whether to continue with Galtier in the dugout.

In just three months of 2023, PSG have lost seven games, while in the whole of last year they suffered only four defeats.

Of the attacking, solid and seamless team from earlier in the season, not a single stronghold remains and the coach finds himself in a delicate position after recent results.

Galtier is only thinking of winning Ligue 1

Galtier did not bite his tongue after his side's defeat to Rennes.

Although the loss has little bearing on the overall Ligue 1 standings, which the Parisians continue to dominate, it does bring back to the table the intensity of the side he manages, with their own fans whistling at them at various stages of the game.

"I joined this project for two years and now we are speculating about my future here," Galtier said. "My only obsession is to become champion at PSG, but I understand that this match might make me reflect on my management of the team, but you have to put things in context.

"This game shouldn't put everything in doubt, there are 10 league games left and we're still in the lead."

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