Following their 3-1 lost to Real Madrid in the Uefa Champion League, PSG were hoping to bounce back to winning ways when they welcomed Bordeaux at Parc Des Princes stadium Yesterday afternoon. It was a cool weather at Parc Des Princes stadium before the match as players were doing some warm up. However the home side started their match on 4-3-3 formation leaving Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and Lionel Messi Up front. It took 24 minutes for the home side to open the scoring through Kylian Mbappe. And it was 1Neil during the half time.
In the second half the home side continues were they've left putting pressure on the visiting side. Just in the 52 minutes Neymar made it 2 for the home side.
Meanwhile just in the 61 minutes PSG Scored the third goal through Leandro Paredes. While on the other hand Both sides made their Substitution Bringing In fresh legs in the field.
At the end 3Neil is how it ended at Borg El Arab Stadium. Following Yesterday matches PSG remained at the top. As a News Hub Creator I Will keep updating you regarding the latest football news across the globe. Continues reading Opera News. Your comments are more than welcome.
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Written by Ishmael.
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