“Pepe is a big brother …”, Mamadou Loum Ndiaye reacts after his altercation with the Portuguese defender

“Pepe is a big brother …”, Mamadou Loum Ndiaye reacts after his altercation with the Portuguese defender
“Pepe is a big brother …”, Mamadou Loum Ndiaye reacts after his altercation with the Portuguese defender

After the altercation with Portuguese defender Pepe, triggered by a simple post-match helping hand, Mamadou Loum Ndiaye apologized to the FC Porto group.

An apology presented Monday by the Senegalese midfielder after a few hours of his heated argument with his captain.

The FC Porto player reacted on social networks to exonerate himself with his teammates and Club supporters.

“I want to apologize to all the fans of the FC Porto for the unfortunate incident that took place this evening (Monday). It should never have happened. Pepe is a big brother to me and I learned a lot from him. Sometimes the desire to win a game causes unhappy things on one side or the other. I have always been a model of discipline and dedication in the club and I intend to maintain it ”, writes the player on his Twitter account.

Second in the Championship, FC Porto traveled to Faro on Monday in a match counting for one day of the Primeira Liga.

The Dragons won by 1 goal to 0.

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