The Parisian team won the shock of the giants in the French championship 2-1, with goals from Neymar and Mbappé. Coach Casildense’s side are second, asserting themselves in the area of qualifying for the Champions League.
Date 32 of the French league offered a main course: the classic of French football between Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique de Marseille . The powerful Parisian cast won 2-1 against those led by Jorge Sampaoli, with which the striker establishes a long distance with his escort, directing his almost certain consecration in Ligue 1, to recover the throne that Lille snatched from him last year.
At the Parc des Princes, coach Mauricio Pochettino sent his magic trident onto the pitch: Messi, Neymar and Mbappé. It was the Brazilian who opened the scoring, within 12 minutes. Marseille, who qualified this week for the semi-finals of the Conference League (they will have to face the Dutch Feyenoord, in search of a place in the final), found the draw with a stopped ball. In the 31st minute, Croatian defender Duje Caleta-Car made it 1-1, after a poor start from goalkeeper Donnarumma.
In the additional time of the first half, a penalty is sanctioned in favor of the locals. Kylian Mbappé runs and makes it 2-1 for PSG. Meanwhile, a furious Sampaoli was angry with the referees at every accusation he considered unfair.
In short, the victory went to the petrodollar club, which reached 74 points in the standings (23 wins, five draws and four losses) after 32 games. He took a gap of 15 points on the second, precisely Olympique de Marseille.
Being second, the Casildense DT team is in the direct classification area for the next Champions League , which would be an important step for a great team like Marseille. Three points behind, Rennes completes the podium. Meanwhile, Guillermo Maripán’s Monaco are in sixth place, with 53 units.
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