Video: ‘It Is Not Yet Lost’ – Moise Kean on Whether the Draw Against Rennes Signifies the End of PSG’s Title Hopes

Paris Saint-Germain’s Ligue 1 title hopes took a hit after the 1-1 draw against Stade Rennais. After going up towards the end of the first half courtesy of a Neymar Jr. goal, the capital club couldn’t maintain their lead and would concede a goal off a corner kick set piece. 

After the loss, PSG striker Moise Kean spoke to the microphone of Canal Football Club, where Canal Supporters relayed his comments regarding his thoughts on the squad’s performance. 

“We played a good game. We couldn’t achieve it with goals; we were unlucky. The team was good, and they have a good team too. I think we played very well, but we missed the last move,” Kean said.

Kean then answered a question regarding the title race in Ligue 1 and whether he thinks PSG lost it in this match. 

“Why lost? We still believe. We always believe in the first place. Now it’s up to us to win the matches. It is not yet lost, and we believe in it. A miracle to win the title? Yes, but we will give 100-percent to reach first place,” Kean said.

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