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Bayern Munich Set to Begin Match Despite Accusations of Rape Against Player Hakimi

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Moscow, March 8 – French football player Paris Saint-Germain, Ashraf Hakimi, who is accused of rape, entered the starting line-up for the team in the second leg of the 1/8 final of the Champions League against German Bayern, according to the official website of the European Football Association. Federations (UEFA).
The meeting will take place on Wednesday in Munich and will start at 23:00 Moscow time.
Champions League
March 08, 2023 • Starting at 23:00
The match did not start
The full squad of Paris Saint-Germain is as follows: Gianluigi Donnarumma (goalkeeper), Hakimi, Sergio Ramos, Marquinhos (team captain), Marco Verratti, Vitinha, Danilo Pereira, Nuno Mendes, Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi, Fabian Ruiz.

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Bayern’s starting line-up: Jan Sommer (goalkeeper), Josip Stanisic, Daewoo Upamecano, Matthijs de Ligt, Alphonso Davies, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka, Thomas Mueller (team captain), Jamal Musiala, Kingsley Coman and Eric Choupo-Moting.
At the end of February, a 24-year-old girl went to the police saying Hakimi had raped her. She did not apply, but based on the testimony of the victim, the prosecutor’s office took up the case independently. The alleged victim claims to have met the player on social media. On February 25, the girl arrived at the footballer’s house in a taxi that Hakimi ordered for her. At home, he began to harass the girl, kissing her and taking off her clothes, despite protests and attempts to escape.
Al-Hakimi’s lawyer, Fanny Collin, said the rape allegations against the footballer were false. He also supported the Moroccan “Paris Saint-Germain” and insists on his innocence. The public prosecutor’s office in Nanterre accused the defender of the Moroccan national team of rape and placed Hakimi under judicial supervision.

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