The handling of the Kylian Mbappé case was not done in the best way possible by Mauricio Pochettino. At least that’s what Sébastien Tarrago thinks. Speaking at RTL’s microphone, he believes Argentinian should take responsibility as soon as he learned of Kylian Mbappé’s injury.
“For me, one of Mauricio Pochettino’s biggest mistakes besides sleeping through the second half of the first leg was that Kylian Mbappé was injured. He was no longer fit to play top-level football. He spent his second half touching his thigh and calf, ”notes Sébastien Tarrago.
Before adding: “In the first half he was able to play, but in the second half it was clear that he was not. Mbappé shares the responsibility as he has to ask to go out, but at some point the coach has to intervene in the same way that the coach has to intervene when the whole team takes physical water. If Unai Emery had slept until 80 minutes and Gueye kicked out to make a change, he would have been slaughtered. “