Paris SG – Urawa Red Diamonds 3-0
Paris Saint-Germain: B Sarabia (16e) , K. Mbappe (35e), A. Kalimundo (76e)
Paris Saint-Germain confirms this. After their win over Kawasaki Frontale (2-1) last Wednesday, Rogue It Blue beat Urawa Red Diamonds in a big way on Saturday. However, the beginning of the match was in favor of the Japanese, more urgent, more involved in duels. But once the first minutes of play were over, Christophe Galtier’s men naturally dominated the match. And soon they achieved their dominance. After a quarter of an hour of playing, after a great recovery, Kylian Mbappe found Mauro Icardi in the first intention who returned directly to Pablo Sarabia. The Spaniard, who was placed outside the penalty area, did not hesitate and fired a powerful shot that ended up in the net (16).e). Then Kylian Mbappe, in all his good shots, scored the break goal before the end of the first half. With superb control directed from the outside of the right foot, the Parisian striker got rid of his face to enter the penalty area before closing hard with a tight angle (35).e). So the capital club logically returned to the locker room with a two-goal advantage. But it must be emphasized that Red Diamonds could also have netted in the first chapter if Danilo and Keylor Navas hadn’t done well in the sixteen metres.
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In the second half, Christophe Galtier made a huge number of changes: Sergio Rico, Sergio Ramos, Marquinhos, Presnel Kimpembe, Achraf Hakimi, Nuno Mendes, Gana Guy, Fitinha, Arno Kalimundo, Neymar Jr and Lionel Messi – praised by the fans – entered on several stages. . PSG, still in their 3-4-2-1 scheme, continued their momentum, confiscating the ball and getting many chances. In the last quarter of an hour of playing, in a millimeter service in Neymar Jr’s space, Nuno Mendes made a perfect cross for Arnaud Kalimundo, who worsened the result by pushing the ball at the back of the cages (76). A clear and flawless victory, with a comprehensive review of the workforce and in particular two young players – Eric Jr. Dina Ibembe and Warren Zaire Emery – Beginners: excellent results for Rouge et Bleu!