The Paris Saint-Germain Duo Bid Farewell to Pele with Touching Words

  • Publish date: Friday، 30 December 2022 Last update: Sunday، 08 January 2023
The Paris Saint-Germain Duo Bid Farewell to Pele with Touching Words
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The Brazilian player, Neymar, mourned the Brazilian legend Pele, stressing the importance of his achievements in the first comment of Paris Saint-Germain after announcing the death of the "king".

Neymar said in a post on his Instagram account: "Before Pele, the number '10' was just a number. I read this phrase somewhere, at some point in my life. But this sentence, beautiful, is incomplete."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by NJ 🇧🇷 (@neymarjr)

He continued, "I would say that before Pele, football was just a sport.

Pele changed everything, he turned football into art, into entertainment, he gave a voice to the poor and blacks in particular.

Furthermore, he gave a vision to Brazil.

Football and Brazil have raised their status thanks to the king.

He is gone, but his magic will remain, Pele is eternal.”

In turn, the French star Kylian Mbappe - Neymar's teammate in Paris Saint-Germain - mourned the late Pele.

Where he posted a picture on his personal account on Instagram with Pele and said: “The king of football has left us, but his legacy will never be forgotten. Rip King

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Kylian Mbappé (@k.mbappe)

It is worth noting that Brazilian football legend Pele died on Thursday, December 29, at the age of 82, after a struggle with illness.

Pele's deteriorating health has captured the attention of the entire world over the past few months, especially during the recent World Cup competitions in Qatar, and many teams sent messages of support to the Brazilian legend, especially his national team, Brazil.

Pele is considered one of the most prominent and famous football legends, as he achieved many achievements with his Brazilian national team, and the "Black Jewel" is considered the only player in history to be crowned the World Cup three times (1958, 1962 and 1970).