Mario Balotelli must have been an enfant terrible ,wrecking everything in his path, causing mischief and costing Paris Saint-Germain the Ligue Un title and perhaps another review of Unai Emery’s job as Coach.
How Balotelli has done this you ask? Well, Sunday Night at the Allianz Riviera, football’s unrepentant ‘Bad-Boy, Bawa Balotteli’ netted the opener in a consequential top of the table clash between second (PSG) and third (OGC Nice) in the Ligue Un clash against the Parisien side.
The former Inter Milan, Man City, AC Milan and Liverpool man whizzed past his marker and waded of two others to hit a low drive past Kevin Trapp for the first of three goals to come.
The party started on the 26th minute and it did not end until 90+1′ claiming Ángel Di María and Thiago Silva in the process; hitting the showers early, after their sending off.
— OGC Nice (@ogcnice) April 30, 2017
Nice’s Pereira Ricardo netted on the 48th minute and Marquinhos responded on the minute to cut the deficit.
However, that comeback bid was snuffed out after 20-year-old Greek forward, Anastasios Donis, unguarded, headed in from close range.
Sunday’s result mean PSG now trail AS Monaco, who have a game in hand, with three full points.