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Champions League: Real Madrid vs. PSG

Tuesday, March 6th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

Two years ago, David Ginola was clinically dead. Cardiac arrest, upset at a charity match in southern France. It's half as wild, he says today, that the most unpleasant thing was that he had four broken ribs during the revival. Two weeks ago, David Ginola, the Filou and tragic hero of French football, became a father for the third time at the age of 51. In Paris they have taken note of this message with interest. For three years, the elegant winger in the Prince Park played for the Paris St. Germain Football Club, and his goals helped to knock out Real Madrid twice and FC Barcelona once in the European Cup. The Spanish press reverently called it "El Magnifico", the Grand. Such a PSG could use well in the knockout stages of the Champions League. In the return match, on Tuesday in Prinzenpark against the Cup defender Real Madrid. Without the injured Brazilian Neymar and the mortgage of a 1: 3 defeat from the first leg two weeks ago. Hard, but not unsolvable. El Magnifico David Ginola did it, pretty much a quarter of a century ago. In the quarterfinals of the Uefa Cup. At that time, PSG had a similarly bad order after a 1: 3 at the Santiago Bernabéu as it did two years ago after Ginola's cardiac arrest. But the French returned with a similar joie de vivre as the newly minted father recently did. Driven by 46 000 fanatical spectators, Paris won 4: 1 after a hard-to-beat final phase. Ginola played big, scoring the second goal, preparing the third and taking the free kick in front of the fourth. France fell in love with Beau that long mane that night. Nobody guessed that a good six months later Ginola would fall as low as tragic heroes. With Urgewalt in the left corner When in March 1993, the return match against Real Madrid is pending, the Prince Park is sold out despite the poor starting position. PSG dominated from the start, but in the first half it is only enough to score. George Weah, the world star from Liberia, scores with his head. The second half is conceivably one-sided, but the redeeming second goal just will not fall. Until ten minutes from time Ginola makes his big appearance. Weah hangs on to Daniel Bravo, who heads the ball, right on the foot of Ginola, who taps the ball just twenty meters from the gate and then balances him with great force in the left corner. 2: 0, that's enough to progress, but PSG has not enough. Three minutes left, Ginola dribbles through the Madrid half and plays on Valdo, the Parisian Brazilian with fine feet. Valdo leaves two Spaniards to score 3: 0. The Prince Park is raging, but the game is not over yet. It runs the second minute of stoppage time because the French do not pay attention. The Chilean Ivan Zamorano, he wears the honorary name "the terrible" at Real, dusting off to 1: 3. Both teams are already preparing for the extra time, six minutes have passed since then, when Ginola hits the ball one last time. At the right corner of the box he bangs Zamorano and he can not pull his leg away in time. The free-kick is scored by Valdo in the center, defender Antoine Kombouaré holds his head and Real's goalkeeper Francisco Buyo beaten for the fourth time. Shortly after that is over and PSG is in the semifinals.

 Ginola later recounts, "These are moments we love life and football for." The love of French football lasts only eight months. In November 1993, France plays in the Prinzenpark against Bulgaria for participation in the World Cup in the United States. 1: 1, it runs the last minute, the French a draw is enough. Ginola has the ball on the Bulgarian corner flag, and actually he can not go wrong now. He could provoke a foul, a corner kick or a throw-in or just time. Wait until the game is over. But Ginola is not a man for the dirty solutions. So he flanks high and far into the penalty area, but there is nobody, at least not a Frenchman. Ten seconds and three cross passages later Emil Kostadinov chases the ball into the French goal. Reduced to ten seconds2: 1, France is out, the nation paralyzed with horror and the coach frantic. "Ginola has committed a crime against the crew," raves Gérard Houllier, he calls Ginola "a bastard," so often that the delinquent still sued him for reputation damage 19 years later. Shortly thereafter, Ginola's international career ends after just 17 games, he flees to England, where he storms for Newcastle, Tottenham, Aston Villa and Everton. Today he lives again on the Cote d'Azur and is approached every few days on the game of Bulgaria. From reporters, while shopping or mushroom picking, "my life is reduced to ten seconds of playtime". Nice that these days there is another David Ginola. The one with whom Paris St. Germain made a 1-1 draw against Real Madrid.


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