PSG entered the game under pressure after the triumph of the lens on the debut of some
The star trio is back PSG. This Sunday, with Neymar, Messi and Mbappé, the team visited the reindeer for the 19th tour you French ChampionshipCorn was beaten 1-0.
From the start of the first leg, the championship leaders were charged in defense, coming under pressure from the hosts, who were even put in danger by Lovro Majer.
In the second stage, with the entry of Kylian Mbappé, the Parisians began to focus more on the attack, creating chances and starting to show mastery of duel actions.
Despite everything, in the 19th minute, Truffert left Achraf Hakimi in the nostalgia, played for the side Traore inside the box, who kicked into the corner to open the scoring for the home side.
Therefore, PSG lose the advantage at the top of the table, having 3 points ahead of lenswith 47, while Rennes is fifth with 37.
The return of the trio
After the World Cup dispute, Messi, Neymar and Mbappé are sons in a new part of the field for PSG. After the number 7 shirt started the duel on the bench, entering the second leg gave fans the opportunity to see their stars together.
Donnarumma works harder than usual
If Ligue 1 fans are the usual matches of the dominant PSG, the reality is different depending on the situation. From the first step, the best player on the field was Gianluigi Donnarumma, who was forced to make more than one decisive save to save the team.
First owner, Warren Zaire-Emery should play PSG’s youngest starting player in Ligue 1aged 16 years and 313 days.
Without France at the weekend, the two teams focus on the second round of the French Cup. Friday (20), Rennes will face Marseille Olympic Games. On Monday (23), PSG will face Kassel country.
Rennes 1×0 PSG
GOALS : Traore (REN)
REINDEER: mandanda; Traore, Rodon, Wooh and Truffert (Meling); Theate, Major, Ugochukwu and Desire Gift (documentary); Gouiri and Kalimuendo (Assignon). Technical: Bruno Genesio
PSG: donnarumma; Sergio Ramos, Marquinhos and Danilo Pereira (Renato Sanches); Mukiele (Hakimi), Vitinha (Fabián Ruiz), Zaire-Emery (Soler) and Bernat; Messi and Neymar; Ekitike (Mbappe). Coach: Christophe Galtier