Video: Lille shockes the princes of Paris Saint-Germain

Lille shockes the princes of Paris Saint-Germain

French club Lille stunned its host Paris Saint-Germain in a very important test with a goal for nothing, Saturday evening.

 

In the match that was held at the Princes Park, at the top of the 31st round of the French League.

 

Lille striker Jonathan David scored the only goal of the match in the 20th minute of the first half.

 

With this precious victory, Lille raised its score to the 66th point, at the top of the French league table.

 

Meanwhile, Paris Saint-Germain stuck at point 63, behind Lille in second place.

 

PSG started the match by attacking, but the attempts of Neymar, Mbappe and Di Maria, did not miss the goal for Lille.

 

And the opposite of the course of the match completely, Jonathan Econe launched into the right-hand hall, and crossed to the striker David, to shoot the ball past the goalkeeper Navas.

 

The French giant rose up, but Lille ‘goalkeeper Mike Magnan was on the lookout, saving two chances for Moise Kane and Mbappe.

 

However, striker Jonathan David was unable to complete the match due to injury, to replace Timothy Waya.

 

Over time, the players in the Parisian team became nervous, costing them 4 bookings for Neymar, Paredes, Diallo and Idrissa.

 

With the 63rd minute, the Paris Saint-Germain coach made three substitutions at once.

 

He brought in Bakir, Dagba and Draxler instead of Abdo Diallo, Idrisa Ajayi and Kerer.

 

Lille Christophe Galte’s technical director also moved to include Burak Yilmaz, in place of Renato Sanchez.

 

Five minutes after coming off, Yilmaz almost boosted his team’s lead.

 

But Navas saved his goal from a sure opportunity.

 

The excitement reached its climax until the last seconds, as the referee displayed a red card against Neymar Jr.

 

To end the match with a precious victory for the guests.

 

They responded by considering their loss to Saint-Germain in the French Cup before the international suspension.

 

With this loss, the Parisian club received a big slap, in light of its efforts to win the French League for the ninth time in the last 10 years.

 

Paris Saint-Germain dominated the league from the 2011 season until last season.

 

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