- Mario Balotelli planned to mock Paris-Saint-Germain on Sunday, March 17
- He wanted to show PSG fans the face of Marcus Rashford under his jersey if he had scored
- But the ex Man City striker failed to score for Marseille who were defeated 3-1 by PSG
Italian football star Mario Balotelli had planned to mock Paris-Saint-Germain on Sunday, March 17, if he had scored against Thomas Tuchel's side in a Ligue 1 encounter.
Paris-Saint-Germain defeated Mario Balotelli and his Marseille teammates 3-1 in which Angel Di Maria scored brace as Balotelli failed to score.
Mario Balotelli wanted to troll Paris-Saint-Germain's Champions League exit with the face of Marcus Rashford under his jersey.
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According to French football journalist Jonathan Johnson, the Italy international was wearing a t-shirt with a photograph of Rashford underneath his jersey, that he would have unleashed if he scored.
Johnson tweeted: “Mario Balotelli reportedly had a t-shirt with the face of Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford underneath his Marseille shirt in case he scored & celebrated vs PSG this evening."
Fans of Paris-Saint-Germain and players are still nursing the pain of the penalty Marcus Rashford scored against them in the Champions League round of 16 encounter.
Mario's celebration would have been a complete U-turn on the “Why always me?” t-shirt he unveiled at Old Trafford when he scored the opener as City beat United 6-1 in 2011.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Paris-Saint-Germain manager Thomas Tuchel explained that his wards have responded to their Champions League defeat against Premier League side Manchester United.
PSG traveled to England to beat Manchester United 2-0 in their first leg of their round of 16 encounter only for them to be defeated 3-1 in the second leg in Paris.
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