09/19/2021 12:03 pm | UPDATED ON 09/19/2021 AT 12:06 PM
He figures well in the Parisian group.
The tricolor striker should start the shock against Lyon on the bench.
Mbappé came out in the 51st minute, replaced by Mauro Icardi.
The tricolor world champion was hit in a toe against the Belgians.
PSG head down
PSG had a difficult evening in Bruges.
The Parisians had to settle for a draw (1-1).
Ander Herrera had however opened the scoring in the quarter of an hour of play.
The vice-champions of France suffered particularly in the midfield.
Like Leandro Paredes, Georginio Wijnaldum was also left at the break.
The two men have been replaced by Julian Draxler and Danilo Pereira.
Without much effect.
Neymar and Lionel Messi
For its first association, the MNM did not shine.
Decisive passer on Herrera’s goal, the former Monegasque then missed a big opportunity to make the break.
Mauro Icardi vs Bruges
Entered the game instead of the French, Mauro Icardi was below everything
Lionel Messi was not successful.
The Argentine found the crossbar on one of his rare shots.
Neymar was transparent for a long time before finishing the meeting better.
It’s official, Kylian Mbappé is present in the PSG group that faces OL.
The verdict fell this Sunday morning: Kylian Mbappé figure well in the group of 22 players retained by Mauricio Pochettino to dispute the shock of the 6th day of Ligue 1 against theOlympique Lyonnais.
Hit in the big toe of the left foot this week in the Champions League against Bruges (1-1), the striker of PSG had been forced to leave his teammates prematurely. Since then, uncertainty reigned over his presence or not against Lyon.
Present but replacing
If the kid from Bondy is finally present in the Parisian group, he should however start the game on the substitute bench, according to The Team. It is Angel Di Maria who is thus expected to support Neymar and Messi in attack.
🆗📋 The Parisian group 🆚 Lyon # 𝗣𝗦𝗚𝗢𝗟
– Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_inside) September 19, 2021
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