Champions League: PSG wins in pain against Juventus Turin

Melanie Faure
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11:10 p.m., September 06, 2022

Paris Saint-Germain defeated Juventus Turin at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday (2-1). A first match in this Champions League campaign in which Frenchman Kylian Mbappé scored two goals in the first half. The Italians will try to win, in vain, despite a goal from Weston Mckennie.

Paris Saint-Germain won in pain at home. The Parisians played their first Champions League match against Juventus Turin on Tuesday – match won 2-1, thanks to Frenchman Kylian Mbappé.

Paris opened the scoring thanks to a volley from Kylian Mbappé after a ladle from Neymar in the area. The Ile-de-France striker then doubled the bet thanks to a triangle game between Verratti and Hakimi – it was Mbappé who once again finished with a volley with his right foot.

Weston Mckennie then reduced the scoring in the second half with a header, taking advantage of a failed outing by goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.

Paris played its first Champions League match on Tuesday. The second pool match will take place on September 14 and will pit Israeli club Maccabi Haifa against the Parisians, led by Christophe Galtier.

Focus on the Champions League

In the Champions League, the top two in each group qualify for the round of 16 and the 3rd in each group faces a 2nd in the Europa League group in a round-trip play-off, the winner of which will qualify for the round of 16. of the Europa League.

In the event of a tie between several teams, they are decided by the number of points taken against each other, then by the specific goal difference in their direct confrontations, then by the greatest number of goals scored during these confrontations. The next criterion is the overall goal difference across all group matches

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