Messi returned in the victory of Paris Saint-Germain to be more than a leader in France

Lionel Messi returned to the starting lineup today, after two away games, and was part of the Paris Saint-Germain (Paris Saint-Germain) team, which won the French classic title over Olympique de Marseille, 1-0, at the end of the eleventh half. History of the first league.

The 35-year-old Rosario strategist left behind the discomfort in his right calf that prevented him from engaging in the confrontations against Reims (0-0) for the domestic championship, and Benfica (1-1) for the Champions League. . Therefore, the star entered the number 30 jersey of the DT Christophe Galtier main team.

The Argentina national team’s all-time leading scorer has accomplished an acceptable task in which he occasionally demonstrated the lack of rhythm caused by almost two weeks of inactivity.

The usual kick was a free kick to the crossbar by goalkeeper Paul Lopez midway through the first half. There was also that usual ability to get offensive teammates to play.

However, Lionel lacked the characteristic acceleration and accuracy in the final stitch. Indeed, towards the end of the match and before being substituted (in the 34th minute of the second half by Spaniard Pablo Sarabia), the skilled striker missed the opportunity to increase the account with a shot to the ceiling of the visiting goal, after a good clearance from Kylian Mbappe.

The only conquest of Paris Saint-Germain was the work of the Brazilian crack Neymar (point. 46 m), after Jarrahi Mbappe qualified. Ex-Santos and Barcelona player “attended” harshly in the second half, Samuel Gigot, who received a red card at 27 metres. From the second period, according to Flashscore.

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With this victory, Paris Saint-Germain remains undefeated in the tournament and leads the standings with 29 points, followed by Lorient (26), who tied 0-0 with Reims on Saturday.

At Olympique Marseille (23), Argentine defender Leonardo Valerdi (former Boca Juniors), according to the standards, presented, while Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez (formerly River Plate) was there from the start and was replaced by Senegalese Bamba Ahmadou Deng, in the second half.

Positions: PSG 29 points; Lorient 26 Lens 24 Olympique Marseille 23 ; Rennes and Monaco 21; night 19 Clermont 17; Toulouse 15 Olympique Lyonnais 14; Montpellier, Nice and Troyes 12; Nantes 10; Reims and Auxerre 9; Strasbourg, Ajaccio and Angers 8; Brest 6.

Top scorers: Jonathan David (Canada/Lille), Neymar (Brazil/Paris Saint-Germain) 9. Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain) and Terimas Movi (Nigeria/Lorient) 8; Volarian Polygen (England/Reims) and Florian Sotoka (Lens) 6.


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