PSG’s successful walk to Montpellier

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Maybe it’s too late, but PSG don’t want to end the season without reconciling with its fans. To achieve forgiveness, he had no choice but to be professional, as happened in Montpellier. A quiet promise, marked by Messi’s exhibition. The Argentine, who had agreed on goal, scored two and smiled with relief, knowing that France had lost some of his instinct. Di María and Mbappé completed an 0-4 with little history.

The first time was a ride. Messi started the clash motivated and after a good combination with Mbappé he stroked a soft ball, adjusted to the net: 0-1. The 0-2 didn’t last long, colluding again with the Frenchman, who gave him an outside pass to leave him alone in front of the goalkeeper. Leo’s wrist did not tremble. He avoided Bertaud and ended his left leg to bring PSG closer to a comfortable win, without much resistance from Montpellier.

Without a stake, Dall’Oglio’s team didn’t work hard to appear excited about the game. 0-3, by Di María, confirmed that end. The Argentine, with luck, found the door after a shot bounced off a central defender. With the right win, the team got involved in helping Mbappé expand his scoring account. After the first shot in the woodwork, the Frenchman joined the party by scoring a penalty to make it 0-4 in the second half.

This is a great time for Pochettino to introduce Michut and Xavi Simons, the two most promising men of a PSG who want to tie the future of both to what it is. PSG, and Montpellier, had a long night. Only Mbappé kept looking for another goal, eager to get close to Cavani’s numbers. Tonight, PSG will travel to Doha to meet their advertising promises. Donnarumma, Marquinhos, Nundo Mendes and Kylian, who were nominated for the UNFP awards, will do so on Monday.

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Montpelier, 0
Bertaud; Cozza, Thuler (Giocchini, 53 ‘), Esteve; Souquet, Ferry, Chotard, Ristic; Mollet, Delaye (Oyongo, 73 ‘), Mavididi (Germain, 53’)

Coach: Olivier Dall’Oglio

PSG, 4
Donnarumma; Kehrer (Achraf, 84 ‘), Marquinhos, Sergio Ramos, Juan Bernat (Nuno Mendes, 84’); Wijnaldum (Xavi Simons, 68 ‘), Ander Herrera (Michut, 68’), Verratti; Di Maria (Gassama, 89 ‘), Mbappe, Messi

Instructor: Mauricio Pochettino

Goals: 0-1, Messi (6 ‘), 0-2, Messi (20’), 0-3, Di María (26 ‘), 0-4, Mbappé (60’)

Referee: Jeremy Stinat. He booked Ander Herrera (34 ‘), Souquet (42’), Xavi Simons (69 ‘), Mbappé (85’), Ferri (88 ‘)

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Source: La Verdad

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