a Paris Saint-Germain Lille visited and, with dominance from start to finish, crushed 7-1 at Stade Pierre-Moroy. The attacking trio was the most prominent, with Mbappe scoring three goals, Neymar twice and Messi leaving his goal as well.
The match was marked by Mbappe’s goal, 8 seconds into the match, which became the fastest in history French Championshipalong with the goal scored by Michel Rio, of Caen, against Caen in 1992.
PSG’s focus is now on Sunday’s match (28), when they face Monaco at home. Lille, on the other hand, is trying to forget their defeat and strive for a good result against Ajaccio, away from home, on the 26th.
Kick-off and goal for Paris Saint-Germain
Visitors need a few seconds to open the sign. Immediately after the ball goes out, Messi He found Mbappe who showed calm and skill in sending the ball over the Lille goalkeeper.
Messi is growing up
Paris managed to increase its lead in the 26th minute of the first half. Messi started the move, throwing the ball to Nuno Mendes, and scored after receiving the ball inside the area, hitting the right corner of the goal defended by Leo Jardim.
Another one from Paris Saint-Germain
The visitors dominated the match, extending the difference to the 38th minute. Hakimi took advantage of a superb pass from Neymar To enter the area and finish at the exit of the night guard.
Neymar scores twice
The Brazilian made four minutes after the decisive pass to Hakimi. In the 42nd minute, Neymar took advantage of Messi’s pass to leave the score 5-0. At the beginning of the second half, he kicked the striker from the first shot after cutting off the light Mbappe. Lil even went down with Bamba two minutes later.
Neymar and Mbappe appeared in the weekend match and their harmony appeared in the 20th minute of the second half. He found the French-Brazilian, who cleverly waited for his teammate to pass and kick the archer off Lille’s exit. In the 41st minute, Mbappe still scored the seventh goal in the defeat.
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