Sixth Ligue 1 match and sixth victory for PSG.
The Parisians defeated Olympique Lyonnais on Sunday night (2-1).
Mauro Icardi and Neymar
The men of Mauricio Pochettino were nonetheless jostled by the Lyonnais.
The joy of Lucas Paqueta
OL opened the scoring thanks to Lucas Paqueta.
Lucas Paqueta vs. Lionel Messi
The Brazilian was also the great man of the meeting, showing himself irresistible in the middle of the meeting.
But PSG quickly equalized.
Anthony Lopes and Clément Turpin
An equalizer on a penalty generously granted by Clément Turpin.
Neymar et Bad Taste
Neymar indeed seemed to be the first to fault Malo Gusto.
Lionel Messi and Neymar
The evening was also marked by the exit of Lionel Messi.
Lionel Messi and Mauricio Pochettino
The Argentinian was replaced at the start of the last quarter of an hour.
Lendro Paredes and Lionel Messi
A replacement that caused misunderstanding.
PSG nevertheless had the last word in the final minutes of the meeting thanks to Mauro Icardi.
Found by Kylian Mbappé in the heart of the area, the Argentinian deceived Anthony Lopes with a victorious header.
A goal synonymous with deliverance for Parisians.
Neymar was not the least demonstrative.
The Brazilian was also one of the best Parisian players on Sunday, confirming a rise in power.
Neymar and Lionel Messi
In particular, he looked for Lionel Messi a lot. Without success.
The former Barcelona player found the crossbar again before missing a head-to-head in front of Anthony Lopes
The choice of Mauricio Pochettino to replace Lionel Messi against OL goes badly in Argentina.
This will undoubtedly go down as one of the most commented upon replacements in history. At the start of the last quarter of an hour of the shock facing theOlympique Lyonnais won by the PSG, Mauricio Pochettino has indeed ‘dared’ to bring out Lionel Messi to replace it with Achraf Hakimi. A decision which also made a lot of talk in Argentina.
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Oscar Ruggeri, world champion with the Albiceleste in 1986, did not hesitate to criticize the Argentine technician. “He left pissed off. No matter what feedback I have, I don’t take it out. And when you take a player like him out, don’t go looking for him, just leave him alone. You must not reach out to him, he said. This kind of guy can’t get off the pitch! If he had spoken to him (before replacing him), he (Messi) would have shook his hand. But he did not speak to him, he replaced him without consulting him. Do you think Messi would have continued to play if he had had a muscle injury? He would have asked her to replace him. Messi wants to play football, he wants to be on the pitch. “
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