Randal Kolo Muani, a starter on the attack front during PSG vs. Marseille (4-0), debuted as a scorer in the Parisian shirt. Present on the PSG TV microphone, the Bondy native spoke about the match and highlighted the communion between the team and fans at the end of the match.
“I think it was a magical and unforgettable match. We wanted to win, it was very important for us and for the fans. I think we played with enthusiasm, we took possession of this match and we did very well, we can be proud of ourselves. We feel on the field that the fans support us throughout the game. I think that the communion with them at the end of the game is the result of our 90 minutes,” declared the Parisian striker.
Randal Kolo Muani: “I am very, very proud of myself”
"My objective? I fulfilled my dream. I am very, very proud of myself tonight and I hope to score many more goals and help the team,” added the 24-year-old striker. His 'competitor' at the forefront of the attack, Goncalo Ramos, also opened his scoring with PSG this Sunday night, even scoring a brace.
Although it was initially believed that there would be some kind of competition between the Portuguese and the French striker, it seems that Ramos and Kolo Muani are quite compatible.
While Goncalo stands out for being a traditional center forward, dangerous in the air, and functioning as a reference point, Randal takes advantage of his space and speed. We'll see how Luis Enrique solves this.