09/15/2021 05:53 am | UPDATED ON 09/15/2021 AT 5:55 AM
Marquinhos and Mbappé
Marquinhos takes the lead with the stars of PSG.
On the eve of PSG’s entry into the Champions League, there is no lack of food for thought for Mauricio Pochettino.
The first concerns the goalkeeper position where Keylor Navas is now in the balance.
As a result of the arrival of Gianluigi Donnarumma during the summer, the Italian goalkeeper had his first start on Saturday against Clermont.
Right side, Achraf Hakimi is indisputable.
And it is the same in central defense of Marquinhos.
Despite a small alert in the ankle, Presnel Kimpembe should officiate at his side.
Uncertainty hangs in the left lane where Nuno Mendes hopes to settle quickly.
But Abdou Diallo has given guarantees in recent months and should start.
In the middle of the field, where Idrissa Gueye will be suspended, Ander Herrera should start the meeting.
Consequence of the blow to the knee received by Marco Verratti with Italy.
Danilo Pereira could be the surprise guest of the Parisian eleven.
The Portuguese is in balance with Leandro Paredes.
As is Georginio Wijnaldum.
At the forefront, Lionel Messi should experience his first tenure.
And therefore find Neymar.
And to be associated with Kylian Mbappé, for the first steps of the MMN.
PSG starts its European campaign on the lawn of the Belgian champion.
A year after falling from the start against Manchester United, PSG are entitled to a smooth start this season. To launch its European adventure, the club from the capital is indeed moving to Bruges. A visit that brings back good memories to Parisians in general and to Kylian Mbappé in particular, the Rouge et Bleu having won 5-0 on the lawn of the Jan Breydel Stadium two years ago with a hat-trick from the former Monegasque.
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PSG will again count on the tricolor world champion but also on Neymar and Lionel Messi, this trip to Belgium to constitute the baptism of the MMN.
The poster is not the most spectacular but therefore generates a lot of expectations. And all the more so because it is the first time that the six-fold Golden Ball has played in Belgium.
The Bruges-PSG match will kick off at 8:45 p.m. and the match, refereed by Switzerland’s Sandro Schare, will be broadcast on Canal +.
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