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Paris Saint-Germain manager, Luis Enrique, has confirmed that the decision to substitute Kylian Mbappé at half-time during their 0-0 draw against Monaco was entirely his own.

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This marks the second consecutive match where Mbappé has been taken off early by Enrique. In the previous game against Rennes, the 25-year-old was substituted in the 65th minute as they played to a 1-1 draw.

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Speaking after the Friday game, Enrique emphasized the importance of preparing for a future without Mbappé in the squad.

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“I have been in football long enough; you should know that everything is important in this kind of club,” Enrique told reporters.

“Sooner rather than later, we will play without Mbappé, so I’m looking for the best option for the team. Sometimes I’m right, sometimes I’m wrong. We need to get used to playing without Mbappé. I will do what is best for my team. I don’t want to create controversy; it’s my decision.”

Despite the substitution, PSG’s latest result has propelled them 12 points clear at the top of Ligue 1.

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