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Four PSG players suspended for shouting at Marseille


Randal Kolo-Mouany, Ousmane Dembele, Achraf Hakimi and Layvin Kurzawa were suspended for shouting insults at Marseille after the match with Paris Saint-Germain in Ligue 1, reports RMC Sport.

It is alleged that in one of the videos, the four above-mentioned players can be seen shouting offensive chants along with PSG fans. Let us remind you that in the match with Marseille, PSG won with a score of 4:0. In addition to Hakimi and Kolo-Muani, who scored a goal each, Gonçalo Ramos scored a brace.

Currently, PSG is in fifth place in the French Championship standings with 12 points. Marseille, in turn, is in 12th position with nine points. Monaco remains the leader of Ligue 1 with 14 points. In the next round of the French championship, Marseille will play against Le Havre, and PSG will play against Rennes. Both games will take place on October 8.

Earlier, Newcastle head coach Eddie Howe commented on the victory over PSG in the Champions League match. Read more about this in material Public News Service.

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