PSG’s Muslim Star Refuses to Play After Being Forced to Wear Rainbow Flag

As indicated by reports, Paris Saint Germain’s protective midfielder, Idrissa Gana Gueye, would not play in their Ligue 1 match against Montpellier in light of the fact that he would have rather not played in a shirt highlighting the rainbow banner.

The rainbow banner is an image of the LGBTQ+ people group and as indicated by sources, Gueye would have rather not supported the local area because of his Muslim confidence.

As per the media, Gueye was completely fit and accessible for choice for the French heroes yet as later explained by their mentor, Mauricio Pochettino, “Gueye needed to pass in the group sheet because of individual reasons.”

The Senegalese star’s nonappearance from the crew brought up issue marks in the French media as they named him as a homophobe.

French media distributions additionally called attention to that Gueye missed the installations same time last season for what the club revealed the player to be experiencing ‘stomach issues’.

In spite of the shortfall of the previous Everton star from the line-up, PSG got a 4-0 win against Montpellier. Argentinian football hotshot, Lionel Messi, scored a support as PSG raised their 25th win of the mission. They have previously gotten the Ligue 1 title, their eighth title over the most recent 10 years, and tenth title by and large.