From Neymar’s hand, Paris Saint-Germain jumped to the top and squeezed

It was an unquestionable game. You had to show character in the middle of a Champions League semi-final streak that began with a hardship due to the home loss to Manchester City and left a message on home ground in which PSG fight alongside Lille. The crown in the French League 1.

Mauricio Pochettino’s team attended. From Neymar’s hand, with a goal and an assist, he beat Lens 2-1 and jumped to the top waiting for what would happen with Lille, who plays on Saturday against Nice.

The Brazilian took charge of dealing with the strings of a team that could not count on Kylian Mbappe, with a muscle injury in the right calf, and this kept players such as Angel Di Maria and Marco Verratti for Tuesday’s return in England against Pep. Guardiola when we have the information. The player who played from the start is Mauro Icardi who scored a goal over time that was canceled by the video assistant referee to get an advanced position from Verratti entered.

The match against Lens, the team seeking a place on the Continent, was not a formality. It is the fifth and will contest the new conference championship. Before visiting Paris, he played eleven matches without losing.

Pochettino suffered a setback early in the match when winger Colin Dagba was injured and replaced by Thilo Kahrer, who also booked him for the European duel.

Shortly after half an hour of play, Neymar took advantage of a mistake in Lens’ exit to face the bottom and opened the account by beating Venezuelan goalkeeper Volker Farenese. With that shout, Ney has reached 85 goals and 44 assists in 111 official matches for PSG.

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After the break, Paris Saint-Germain extended their lead through a formula that also paid off in the UEFA Champions League. Neymar’s corner (against City was Di Maria the executor) and goal by his compatriot Marquinhos with a header.

Then Pochettino decided to give Ferrati and Under Herrera minutes. Immediately, Frank Hayes’ team closed the gap with a goal from Ignatius Janajo after assisting Arnaud Kalimwendo, who took advantage of a defensive error by locals.

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