Completely Crazy scenes as Messi scores 90+4 Free-kick Goal on his first debut
Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Lille faced off in a Ligue 1 match today at the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris.
The match was highly anticipated as both teams were tied at the top of the league table with 57 points each.
Lets take a look on highlights and all goals scored by Both teams with commentary.
The match started off with PSG dominating possession and creating several scoring opportunities, but they were unable to convert any of them into goals. Lille, on the other hand, played defensively and looked to counter-attack whenever possible.
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PSG  – 0 Lille – Neymar jr Scores beautiful Goal
In the second half, Lille started to gain more control of the match and were able to create some dangerous chances on the break. In the 70th minute, Lille’s Jonathan David scored the only goal of the match after a defensive mistake by PSG.
PSG tried to push for an equalizer in the remaining minutes of the match, but Lille’s defense held strong and they were able to secure a crucial away victory.
With this win, Lille now move three points clear of PSG at the top of the league table. The defeat was a blow to PSG’s hopes of winning their eighth Ligue 1 title in nine years.
A crazy game with a craziest ending
In the beginning everything seemed so peaceful. In the 11th minute, Mbappé had his eyes popping as he received the ball down the left wing, before two strides created a swirling seiche effect, a color that pulsed vigorously to confuse predators.
The two defenders went back on tiptoe, frozen, contemplating joining hands and entering together to try and stop him. But Mbappé had already slipped the ball between the legs of one of the defenders and sent a shot at the keeper who fired the
Lille takes the lead.
The second goal comes shortly after, when Neymar steps in behind the goalkeeper in the penalty area at the end of the fight. Not as glamorous as Mbappé, but still worth it.
Then the return began. A great cross from André Gomes was answered by Diakité, who brilliantly passed Donnarumma.
Then the wheels were removed. Galtier has come under increasing pressure this season after a poor post-World Cup performance and has seen Neymar’s wayward actions dominating the headlines, as has the Brazilian’s potential move to Chelsea.