Very dangerous, with an attacking trio on fire, PSG set off on Sunday night against LOSC (1-7) with a steamer that we wanted to see again. Three matches and three wins, Paris makes the perfect start to the season and enjoys the game.
Parisians notes to discover…
Donnarumma (6): The Parisian goalkeeper plays a serious game and did not risk the ball at his feet. You can really see Ramos’ words last week being heard. He can’t do anything about the goal that I confessed to, in two stages, after stopping at close range. What angered him at the end of the meeting.
Sergio Ramos (6): He has a series of confrontations and he is difficult. The former madrielle man very clearly shows a rise in power and has not been caught behind his back. In his increases, he is impressive and allows his team to move forward. Replaced in 80 by Danilo.
Marquinhos (5.5): Nice to see our captain come back in colour. He was solid defensively and won almost all of his duels. The only downside, his negativity on Lille’s goal after his goalkeeper stopped.
Kimpembe (5.5): A complicated start to the match as he was absent on the left side allowing Lille’s attacks. Then the vice captain took back and collected several balls.
Achraf Hakimi (7): The Moroccan international said he is facing an explosion in this new system adapted to his characteristics. He enjoys in his right lane suggesting solutions. He scored a deep goal from Neymar (0-3; 39) and created an assist for Neymar. He was replaced by Mokele in the 80th minute.
Marco Verratti (6.5): Little Owl is fair in its choices and has shown hard work in recovery. He was replaced in the 62nd minute by Renato Sanchez.
Nuno Mendes (7): The Portuguese appears again on his left side and is very strong in duels. He spares no effort and helps make Lionel Messi happy. He was replaced in the sixty-second by Juan Bernat.
Vitinha (7): He’s mine in midfield, that stinking bit of football. The young Portuguese light up the match with his passes to strengthen the attackers. We really appreciate his work in midfield so much that we really regret his suspension next week against Monaco. He was replaced in the 83rd minute by Leandro Paredes.
Lionel Messi (8): The Argentine is currently on fire and is showing a good form of form which confirms match after match. Immediately decisive with the opening goal of Kylian Mbappe from the start, Bolga scored in this match on a rebound from Nuno Mendes (0-2; 28).
Kylian Mbappe (9): Highly expected after last week’s friction with Neymar and his tampering, the Bondi native responded this Sunday with a hat-trick. His first goal comes from the first minute of play inspired by Messi as he presses the Lille goalkeeper to become the fastest goal in the history of Paris Saint-Germain in 8 seconds (0-1; 1). In the rest of the game, the striker shows combinations with Neymar and Messi, tries several times to score the Brazilian and celebrates in two 10-serves to score a hat-trick (1-6; 67/1-7; 87 e). This is his ninth hat-trick with Paris Saint-Germain, where he surpasses teacher Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Neymar (9.5): In his form at the start of the season, the Brazilian once again pleased us in the game and in the group. Silence on the ground Some detractors, after his contact with Mbappe, No. 10 made two offers for Mbappe. He scored two goals in this match. Shot shortly before the break (0-4; 44th place) and after returning from the locker room (0-5; 53rd place). It’s impressive and we want it to continue…