Moroccan Achraf Hakimi, star of French club Paris Saint-Germain, received a huge group of messages of support on social networks, during his team’s match against Nantes in the French Super Cup.
The messages of support directed to the Moroccan star came after the Moroccan faced a storm of boos whenever he touched the ball during the French Super match, but the player did not pay attention to those whistles, and showed tremendous mental strength.
Among the messages of support, was the message written by Moroccan Amine Harith, the star midfielder for German club Schalke 04.
Harith wrote a message through his official account on the social networking site “Twitter” to support Hakimi, in which he said: “Assad is never affected, do not worry.”
After the match, Hakimi retweeted what Hakimi wrote, before responding to it later with two emojis, the first is a handshake, and the second is a heart, in an implicit thank you letter to his colleague in the Moroccan national team.
It is noteworthy that Paris Saint-Germain managed to beat Nantes 4-0, to win the French Super Cup, to continue the Parisian club to strengthen its number as the most winning club with 11 titles, three titles behind Lyon.
On the other hand, Hakimi performed well during the match, playing 78 minutes, and benefited tremendously from Paris Saint-Germain coach Christophe Galtier’s decision to play with three central defenders, which gave him freedom as a wing-back.