Renato Sanches had everything, except want to talk this Wednesday evening after Parisian success in Montpellier (3-1). To questions about the collective performance or the relaunched Parisian dynamic, the midfielder, who entered half an hour into the game to replace Sergio Ramos, answered with one or two words. The longest sentence in this regard was: “It’s always important to win after not having won the last two matches”.
But the Portuguese, hampered during the first leg by a series of injuries, seemed a little more talkative about his personal development and his playing time (612 minutes played this season): “I just need to gain some confidence, and play some morehe said, before continuing. I come back from injury, I know it’s a bit complicated, it’s a bit frustrating because it’s difficult to play well when you come back from injury. I feel good, I just need to play a little more…”
The message got through. Relaunched on Galtier’s choices, the former Lille resident concluded: “It is the coach who chooses the players. Me, I’m not happy, it’s normal that from time to time I want to play more. But I respect the coach’s decision, it’s him who decides, I’m here to give my best.”. Everything was said, in one go, without a smile.
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