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French Ligue 1Toulouse 0-3 PSG

Toulouse 0-3 PSG

The referee blows the whistle to bring an end to the match with PSG running out 3-0 winners against Toulouse.

It was a tough night for Toulouse, who found a goal down when Neymar coolly finished a superb Messi through-ball.

The flag initially went up for offside, but replays showed that Neymar was onside and VAR gave the goal.

The visitors then made it 2-0 five minutes into the second half, as another Messi assist was rifled into the back of the net by Mbappe.

They added a third in the dying minutes after a Mbappe shot deflected off the woodwork and Dupe, straight to Bernat, who slotted home.

Starting lineup:

TOULOUSE (4-2-3-1): Maxime Dupe;

Mikkel Desler, Anthony Rouault, Rasmus Nicolaisen, Zakaria Aboukhlal;

Stijn Spierings, Branco van den Bommen;

Moussa Diarra, Oliver Zanden, Rafael Ratao; Thijs Dallinga.

SUBS: Yanis Begraoui, Brecht Dejaegere, Kevin Keben, Fares Chaibi, Issiaga Sylla, Kjetil Haug, Ado Onaiwu, Denis Genreau, Logan Costa.

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN (3-4-3): Gianluigi Donnarumma;

Sergio Ramos, Marquinhos, Danilo Pereira;

Nordi Mukiele, Vitinha, Marco Verratti, Nuno Mendes;

Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe, Neymar.

SUBS: Sergio Rico, Juan Bernat, Renato Sanches, Achraf Hakimi, Hugo Ekitike, El Chadaille Bitshiabu, Keylor Navas, Warren Zaire Emery.


THE GOAL IS GIVEN! The replays showed Neymar was onside when Messi played through the ball, and VAR decided to allow the goal to give PSG a 1-0 lead.

IT’S 2-0!!! Mbappe is the goalscorer. After good work from Messi down the left, he pulls the ball back for his forward partner, who lashes home the first time with his right foot.

PSG, ADD A THIRD!!! Mbappe rattles the post with a powerful drive from outside the box. Unluckily for Dupe, it comes back off the woodwork and hits him, deflecting straight to Bernat. The Spaniard made no mistake with the finish, rifling high into the net to make it 3-0.

So, what’s next?

Victory for Galtier’s men means they remain top of Ligue 1, level on points with Lens and Marseille but above them on goal difference.

They travel to Nantes next as they look to carry on their impressive start to the season.

Defeat for the visitors drops them to 13th place, and they will look to get back on track away at Clermont Foot.

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