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PSG 2-1 Strasbourg-10-man Paris beats Strasbourg

PSG 2-1 Strasbourg-10-man Paris beats Strasbourg

In the dying seconds of extra time, Mbappe scored to give PSG a well-deserved victory. After Neymar was sent off in the 62nd minute, Paris were down to 10 men and were pinned against the wall when Mbappé again came to his aid.

Marquinhos opened the scoring as he slipped past his marker and headed in Neymar’s cross after 14 minutes. The Brazilian defender, however, deflected Adrien Thomasson’s cross into his own net in the 51st minute to level the score. Neymar received his marching orders in the 62nd minute at the Parc des Princes after picking up two cards in two minutes, the first for a foul then a second for a dive a minute later.

Ten days after Mbappe’s hopes of becoming a two-time World Cup winner were dashed after 2018 champions France were beaten by Argentina in the Qatar final, the 24-year-old was hit the bullseye again by converting a penalty six minutes into stoppage time after being shot inside the box. PSG lead the standings with 44 points, eight ahead of RC Lens, who have one game less. but with one more game played. Strasbourg is in 19th place.

PSG 2-1 Strasbourg-10-man Paris beats Strasbourg
PSG 2-1 Strasbourg-10-man Paris beats Strasbourg

HIGHLIGHTS PSG vs Strasbourg: Kylian Mbappe comes to the HELP, 10-man Paris Saint Germain win narrow win over Strasbourg to extend lead at the top

PSG: Donnarumma, Mukiele, Ramos, Marquinhos, Bitshiabu, Fabian Ruiz, Verratti, Vitinha, Neymar Jr, Ekitike, Mbappe.

Strasbourg: Salts, Doukouré, Perrin, Prcic, Dijku, Nyamsi, Bellegarde, Thomasson, Ajorque, Gameiro, Diarra

Referees

The referee appointment for today’s game is as follows:Referee: Clement Turpin.
Assistant Referee 1: Cyril GRINGORE.
Assistant Referee 2: Nicolas DANOS.
Fourth official: Ruddy BUQUET.
VAR: Eric WATTELLIER.
VAR assistant: Olivier THUAL.

Battle for victory

A great match between these two teams from Ligue 1 is coming up. Do not take off and then we share the statistics of the two teams in the tournament.

PSG 2-1 Strasbourg-10-man Paris beats Strasbourg
PSG 2-1 Strasbourg-10-man Paris beats Strasbourg
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Last showdown!

The last time these two teams met was on April 29, 2022 and on that occasion the match ended in a 3-3 draw at the Stade de la Meinau. That confrontation was full of fouls, yellow cards, corner kicks and many goals that we hope will be repeated today.

History between both teams

Paris Saint-Germain and Strasbourg have faced each other several times. The last 5 meetings have ended in 4 wins for PSG and there was a draw.

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