“I waited a bit before speaking because for me, I need time with my loved ones. » Amin Harit spoke on his social networks for the first time since injuring his knee last Sunday against Monaco.
“I don’t hold a second against Axel”
In several posts, he looks back on the ordeal he went through while his injury cost him the World Cup (he was called up to the Moroccan list three days earlier). “As you can imagine, beyond the physical pain, it’s hard to realize that a World Cup dream is just hours away from being lived. But as I said in a press conference just before the match, it is fate for us believers and I accept it. Best wishes to Lions (Moroccan selection) for the most beautiful course in the competition, I know my brothers will respect us. »
He also defended Axel Desassi, who voluntarily injured himself during the Monaco-OM, and has since been the victim of racist abuse on social networks: “I want to say here, as I already told him privately: I don’t hold it against Axel for a second. It’s just a normal game action where we both play ball, nothing intentional. What he went through on the networks is unacceptable and I am sorry for that..