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El PSG advances without Mbappé

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El PSG advances without Mbappé

PSG’s titanic superiority in Ligue 1 became even more evident this Saturday. Without Kylian Mbappé, reserved by Luis Enrique before the imminent match against Real Sociedad, the Parisians beat Lille 3-1, who began winning with an early goal from Yazici, but it was the only sign of life that the northern team gave in the French capital. Gonçalo Ramos, Alexsandro in his own goal and Kolo Muani tipped the balance in favor of the Ligue 1 leader, which even without Mbappé maintains a stark distance from the rest of the French football teams.

PSG, of course, has a hard time starting the games, as if Wednesday’s game against Real was already in the players’ minds. The rotations of Luis Enrique, who put Mbappé, touched, Donnarumma (Keylor played) and the young Zaïre-Emery, had an effect, but we had to wait for an early goal from Lille to wake up from the nap. Yazici, taking advantage of an indecision on the part of the Parisian defense, beat Keylor Navas and caused the surprise.

But the joy was more than ephemeral for those from Fonseca. If there was one thing Lille didn’t have to do in the Parc des Princes, it was give away balls near their area. Alexsandro did not understand the premise. The young defender, 24 years old, lost a compromised ball that Dembélé stole and the counterattack was materialized by Gonçalo Ramos, in need of goals. The Brazilian did not even have time to redeem himself, since a cross-shot from Fabián, just after the tie, ended up touching his right boot and then went into his own goal. In the blink of an eye, PSG had come back.

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Luis Enrique’s men returned to the fray as soon as they left the locker room, with an inspired Asensio, who lacked aim in a good counterattack that could have culminated a great match for the Balearic Islands. Lille defended with their eyes, timid, as if the game was not about them. In fact, the Doges stayed alive thanks to their goalkeeper, Chevallier, 20, who made two miraculous saves from shots by Mukiele and Kolo Muani.

Lille didn’t even make an attempt at a comeback, they didn’t even try, even though they had the tie in Yazici’s boots, in a shot that was a very clear opportunity. The Turk did not realize that he was alone and finished off with a bite. The next play, Barcola, who had entered the second half, broke Ismaily and assisted Kolo Muani, thus sealing the match. Another victory for PSG, whose pace in Ligue 1 is falling increasingly short even without its star, Kylian Mbappé.

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Lens achieved its third victory in a row after beating Strasbourg at the Bollaert Delelis stadium (3-1) and moved up to the top of the Ligue 1 Champions League, which this weekend reaches its twenty-first round. The match was up in the air in the first half because Thomas Delaine closed the gap on the brink of half-time and made it 2-1 to respond to the first two local goals, scored in half an hour.

In the 16th minute it was Elye Wahi who opened the scoring and in the 30th the Portuguese David Pereira once again beat the Moroccan Alaa Bellaarouch and extended the local advantage. In the second half, Lens sealed the victory by widening the lead again with Florian Sotoca’s goal in the 58th minute.

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Changes

Bradley Barcola (61′, Ousmane Dembélé), Vitinha (61′, Fabián Ruiz), Rémy Cabella (66′, Gabriel Gudmundsson), Adam Ounas (66′, Edon Zhegrova), jonathan david (66′, Benjamin André), Ashraf Hakimi (68′, Lucas Hernández), Warren Zaire-Emery (73′, Gonçalo Ramos), Hákon Haraldsson (80′, Yusuf Yazıcı)

Goals

0-1, 5′: Printer1-1, 9′: Goncalo Ramos2-1, 16′: Alexsandro Ribeiro3-1, 79′: Randal Color

Cards

Referee: François Letexier
VAR referee: Jeremie Pignard, Florent Batta
Andre (15′, Yellow) Ismaili (31′, Yellow) Manuel Ugarte (34′, Yellow) Fonseca (39′, Yellow) Alexsandro Ribeiro (51′, Yellow) Nordi Mukiele (73′, Yellow)

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