• Sat. Oct 23rd, 2021


Leaders PSG beat Montpellier 2-0 for eighth straight win

Sep 29, 2021

French association pioneer Paris Saint-Germain depended on ahead of schedule and late objectives to beat Montpellier 2-0 on Saturday and make it eight straight successes.

Midfielder Idrissa Gueye scored in the fourteenth moment at Parc des Princes. Striker Kylian Mbappe’s expected pass for Neymar was redirected and arrived at the feet of winger Angel Di Maria, who passed rapidly to Gueye for his slick completion.

Substitute Julian Draxler had been on momentarily when he met a sideways pass from Neymar, and opened the ball through goalkeeper Jonas Omlin’s legs from the right of the punishment region in the 88th.

PSG was again without genius Lionel Messi, who has missed two games with a sensitive knee and is attempting to get match fit for Tuesday’s Champions League game against Manchester City.

Midfielder Ander Herrera hit the crossbar for PSG with a 20-meter strike quickly before the break.

English forward Stephy Mavididi went near leveling for Montpellier in the 62nd however champion goalkeeper Keylor Navas kept out his twisting shot.

French association pioneer Paris Saint-Germain depended on ahead of schedule and late objectives to beat Montpellier 2-0 on Saturday and make it eight straight successes.

Midfielder Idrissa Gueye scored in the fourteenth moment at Parc des Princes. Striker Kylian Mbappe’s planned pass for Neymar was avoided and arrived at the feet of winger Angel Di Maria, who passed rapidly to Gueye for his flawless completion.

Substitute Julian Draxler had been on momentarily when he met a sideways pass from Neymar, and opened the ball through goalkeeper Jonas Omlin’s legs from the right of the punishment region in the 88th.

PSG was again without hotshot Lionel Messi, who has missed two games with an irritated knee and is attempting to get match fit for Tuesday’s Champions League game against Manchester City.

Midfielder Ander Herrera hit the crossbar for PSG with a 20-meter strike in a matter of seconds before the break.

English forward Stephy Mavididi went near adjusting for Montpellier in the 62nd yet champion goalkeeper Keylor Navas kept out his twisting shot.United States forward Timothy Weah put out up the main objective and procured a punishment for the second as reigning champ Lille won 2-1 at Strasbourg to climb to eighth spot in front of Sunday’s games.

Weah set up Canada striker Jonathan David from the left flank halfway through the main half.

David got from the spot in the 57th after Weah _ the child of Liberia President and previous Ballon d’Or victor George Weah _ ran onto David’s pass and was stumbled.

Ibrahima Sissoko pulled an objective back for Strasbourg.

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