The French midfielder of Cameroonian descent made his French top-flight debut for the Parisians towards Troyes on Saturday evening
Eric Ebimbe has lauded Mauricio Pochettino for enhancing his confidence after making his Ligue 1 debut for Paris Saint-Germain in Saturday’s fixture towards Troyes.
The 20-year-old midfielder was launched for Julian Draxler within the 76th minute because the Parisians secured a 2-1 comeback victory inside Stade de l’Aube.
Ebimbe, who’s a product of the Parisians youth academy was despatched on mortgage to Le Havre and Dijon in a bid to garner first-team expertise.
However, his second got here towards Laurent Batlles’ males though the Parc des Princes giants have been made to work onerous for all three factors.
In his post-match remark, the France youth worldwide revelled in making his much-awaited bow, revealing the affect of the previous Tottenham Hotspur boss.
“Everything goes very effectively for me. I’ve been fortunate sufficient to play in a number of matches within the preseason, practically all of them, that was nice,” Ebimbe instructed the club website.
“The coach has proven a lot of confidence in me. I’m simply taking advantage of this second with the membership.
“It’s a great source of pride to play my first Ligue 1 match for Paris Saint-Germain have come through the youth ranks here. I’ve waited so long for this moment.”
Following the completion of his mortgage spell at Dijon, Ebimbe returned to PSG, participated in pre-season, and went forward to make his debut for the membership within the 1–0 Trophee des Champions loss to Lille on August 1 2021.
“I went out on loan to progress, to come back stronger and be in the position I find myself today against Troyes and I’m very happy and I hope this isn’t the last,” he continued.
“It’s nice to get the win. After the Trophee des Champions we actually needed to bounce again.
“We needed to indicate that we’re Paris Saint-Germain and we did that, and we return to Paris with the three factors and that’s crucial factor.”
Ebimbe can be eyeing his second look when the nine-time Ligue 1 champions tackle Strasbourg of their subsequent outing on August 14.
Born in Stains to Cameroonian mother and father, the teen has represented France at U20 and U21 ranges. Even at that, he stays eligible to symbolize five-time African kings Cameroon at senior degree.