PSG vs Juventus 2 1 All Gоals Extеndеd Hіghlіghts 2022

foot4live September 6, 2022
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Paris defeats Juventus with a double Mbappe
Paris Saint-Germain defeated its guest, Juventus, by two goals, on Tuesday evening, to win the first summit of the European Champions League, this season.

Saint-Germain advanced with a double by Kylian Mbappe in the 5th and 22nd minutes, and Weston McKinney reduced the difference for Juve in the 53rd minute.

With this result, PSG shares the top spot in Group H with Benfica, while Juventus and Maccabi Haifa are at the bottom without credit.

The Paris giant quickly tipped it off with an early goal, after a wonderful joint work between Neymar and Mbappe, which the latter ended with a powerful shot into the net.

Juve almost equalized from Cuadrado’s cross, Milik headed a strong header that Donnarumma kept away, and Dusan Vlahovic completed it with his heel, but Sergio Ramos removed the danger in front of the goal.


In the midst of the Italian awakening, PSG repeated a new offensive symphony in which Verratti, Messi and Hakimi participated, and Mbappe also ended it with a powerful shot, scoring the second goal for him and his team.

Then the hosts tried to kill the match with a third goal, but Verratti and Vitina’s shots were reckless, while Neymar was good at implicating Juventus players in making mistakes and getting warnings.

Paris overreacted completely in his favour, in the first minutes of the second half, as Neymar and Mbappe missed two very dangerous chances.

Fate punished Paris, and smiled at the guests, as Kostic played a cross, which McKinney met with his head in the net, taking advantage of a naive error from Donnarumma and the Paris defenders.


The atmosphere inside the Parc des Princes was electrified, and the fans began to feel anxious, while Juve’s morale rose, and Vlahovic almost scored with a header, which was narrowly removed by Donnarumma.

Adrien Rabiot threatened the Paris goal with a shot near the post, while Italian Donnarumma blocked another attempt from substitute Manuel Locatelli.

Paris coach Christophe Galtet made 4 substitutions to revitalize the ranks, as Mokelly and Danilo took the place of Hakimi and Vitina, then Soler and Renato Sanchez in the place of Verratti and Messi, and Moise Kean took the place of Rabiot.

In the midst of an Italian fugitive, Mattia Perin, the Juventus goalkeeper, saved his goal from two chances achieved in the last minutes against Neymar and Mbappe, before the referee blew the final whistle.