PSG: Verratti, still not …




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    Marco Verratti

    As a result of the blow to the knee received by Marco Verratti with Italy, PSG will still have to do without him against Metz.

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    PSG vs OL

    The joy of PSG players after Mauro Icardi’s goal against OL (2-1).

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    Joy PSG

    The Parisians celebrated this victory snatched in front of Lyon with their supporters.

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    Kylian Mbappé (4,5/10)

    Despite his decisive pass at the very end of the match for Icardi, Mbappé lacked rhythm this evening and was not as impactful as usual.

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    Lionel Messi (6/10)

    Messi gave him great opportunities in the first half and boosted the tempo of his team. Only one goal is missing for the time being.

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    Neymar (5.5/10)

    A goal that could have been scored from the penalty spot but Neymar preferred to keep it to himself. A decisive action to his credit and some flashes even if the Brazilian can do much better.

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    Gianluigi Donnarumma (6/10)

    In his cage, the Italian suffered a lot of blows at the start of the game and was able to hold the house. There is not much he can do about Paqueta’s canon revival.

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    Anthony Lopes (6/10)

    In the opposite goal, Lopes also made his match, splitting in particular an exceptional parade in front of Messi. Icardi didn’t give him any chance in the money time.

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    Jérôme Boateng (4/10)

    In obvious difficulty of benchmarks and not yet at his best physically, Boateng has not always been reassuring, unlike his hinge companion Denayer.

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    Bad Taste (5/10)

    Designated guilty on the penalty obtained and transformed by Neymar, the young Lyon side has yet made his match and deserves to be seen again.

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    Xherdan Shaqiri (4.5 / 10)

    The Swiss lacked weight and impact in this part, far too discreet for an element of such caliber.

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    Lucas Paqueta (7/10)

    The real boss of OL tonight, an inspired and inspiring scorer alongside a Toko Ekambi who also lived up to the meeting.

Returning injured from the last international meeting, then hit in a knee, Marco Verratti will undoubtedly not be fit for the championship match against Metz on Wednesday night.

The Italian midfielder resumed the race on Monday but not the collective training, and the Parisian staff will not take the slightest risk with his nugget.

Besides Verratti, Sergio Ramos remains for the time being convalescent. Lionel Messi, victim of a blow against Lyon on Sunday, is uncertain about the trip to Moselle.

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