This Tuesday evening, Inter received AC Milan in the semi-final return of the Champions League. In the first leg, the Nerazzurri had won with a score of 2 goals to 0. Stefano Pioli’s players therefore had to react in order to revive the suspense. Before the match, the Canal Champions Club presented this poster with Hervé Mathoux, Didier Drogba, David Ginola and Laure Boulleau on set.
The opportunity for them to come back to the news of this semi-final, but also to take a brief tour of the news. And a very particular sequence will have been retained by the fans between the presenter Hervé Mathoux and Laure Boulleau.
A daring remark
Laure Boulleau is a consultant who has become a flagship for certain Canal+ football shows. This Tuesday evening during the CCC, the former PSG player was present to give her opinions on the meeting between Inter and AC Milan. Just before launching an ad, Hervé Mathoux gave an anecdote about AC Milan, stating that the Lombard club had been created by English people.
He then looked at Laure Boulleau and said to her: “Sorry for this moment of culture, Laure”. What to make react the consultant who indicated at first: “No, but what does that mean?” before adding a sentence, thinking off the air: “Stop making me look like a weakling”. The sequence below :
Internet users react
On social networks, this sequence concerning Laure Boulleau and Hervé Mathoux in full antenna on Canal + has quite a lot of people talking. We could notably see as comments on the subject via Twitter :
- “Who heard Laure Boulleau before the ad break “Stop taking me for a debiloss” to Hervé Mathou when he just said something historical about Milan ptdrrrrr”
- “nice little clash live with Laure boulleau”
- “”Stop pretending to be a weakling” Laure boulleau live on canal +”
- “Laure boulleau the poor”
- “ahhaha laure boulleau who gets angry???”
Note that among the debates on the Canal Champions Club set, there was the possible arrival of José Mourinho at PSG.
A profile validated by David Ginola, former player of the capital club and who thinks that the Portuguese has the weapons it takes to be respected in the PSG locker room : “If there is a coach who can make everything go better in the PSG locker room, I think it’s a boy like that that’s needed. (…) He will have the respect of his players because he has won a lot of things wherever he has been”. The next few weeks should tell us more about Jose Mourinho’s future, still under contract with AS Roma.