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PSG beats Brest and takes the lead

PSG beats Brest and takes the lead

still without Messi NS NeymarParis Saint-Germain defeated Brest 4-2 this afternoon at Stade Francis Le Ble. The match was valid for the third round of the French championship.

With the ‘NeyMessi’ duo absent, it was up to Mbappe to lead the victory. Amid rumors of a possible departure, the number 7 shirt was crucial on Friday by scoring his first goal of the season. Herrera, Joe and Di Maria also scored. Honorat and Mooney spent money for the home team.

The result keeps PSG 100% successful in the competition. The team led by nine points – Paris Saint-Germain could still be reached by Angers and Clermont in the aftermath of the Tour. Brest occupies twelfth place with two points.

Paris Saint-Germain’s next match will be on August 29, against Reims away from home.

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Paris Saint-Germain set the tone for the match from the start. With control in front of an opponent who has not yet won the competition, the Paris team started the victory with Herrera, in the 22nd minute. The midfielder took advantage of a ball that hit the edge of the area and kicked it hard first to score a beautiful goal.

At the age of thirty-five, it was Mbappe’s turn to make his mark. He took advantage of Wijnaldum’s rebound after a kick and headed towards goal. With the end of the first half approaching, in the 41st minute, Onurat saved after receiving a beautiful pass from Pfeiffer.

Di Maria determines victory in the end

Opening the lead in the first half, Paris Saint-Germain’s win seemed underway after Gaye risked a long-range shot in the 27th minute of the second stage and scored the Paris team’s third goal. However, at the age of 39, Brest was given a new lease on life after Mooney received a shot from above and touched Keylor Navas’ exit to cut him off.

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Even the home team showed pressure, but in the 44th minute, Di Maria gave the final numbers for the match. The Argentine, who entered the vacant seat of Mbappe, scored a superb goal after an impressive series of counter-attacks.

Donnarumma cunt no bench

Messi and Sergio Ramos were not the only ones whose debut was postponed by Paris Saint-Germain. Goalkeeper Donnarumma was even on the list, but saw a win on the bench.

Even without entering the stadium, Donnarumma grabbed the spotlight, especially when the match broadcast showed the goalkeeper immediately after the first goal conceded by Paris Saint-Germain. Navas even touched the ball but let it pass under his body.