International football: PSG and Real Madrid win shortly before the end

International football: PSG and Real Madrid win shortly before the end

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International football: PSG and Real Madrid win shortly before the end

M.ith its sixth win in its sixth game, Paris Saint-Germain has maintained its perfect record in the new season of the French Football League. The star ensemble won 2-1 (0-0) at home against Olympique Lyon with German ex-world champion Jérôme Boateng on Sunday with a late goal. Mauro Icardi only made the success perfect in the third minute of stoppage time. Previously, Neymar equalized with a penalty (66th) after the guests had taken the lead through Lucas Paqueta (53rd).

Lyon’s coach Peter Bosz, who once worked in Leverkusen, had called Boateng in the starting line-up, as he had recently in the Europa League against Glasgow Rangers. In the defense center, the 33-year-old had to deal with PSG stars Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappé and Neymar again and again. When Messi’s free kick to the crossbar (37th), the long-time Munich was just a powerless spectator. For Lyon, ex-Bundesliga professional Xherdan Shaqiri had a great chance to take the lead (19th).

The Brazilian Paqueta, who overcame Italy’s European Champion Gianluigi Donnarumma with a direct shot into the near corner, did better. Neymar equalized with a penalty kick, immediately before it was over for Boateng, who had also played a good hour recently. The final offensive gave PSG their sixth victory when Icardi was on the spot with a header.

Benzema & Co. kidnap three points from Valencia

A late double strike gave Real Madrid victory in the top game of the Spanish soccer league. The record champions won 2-1 (0-0) at Valencia CF on Sunday, leading the Primera División with 13 points. An unsustainable deflected shot from Vinicius Junior in the 86th minute and Karim Benzema’s shoulder three minutes later ensured the lucky success. For Valencia, which is still third with ten points, Hugo Duro’s lead (66th) was not enough.

Second in the table after the fifth match day is defending champion Atlético Madrid with eleven points. FC Barcelona, ​​who have only played three games, can move up to the top group on Monday with a home win against FC Granada and then ten points.

Juventus still without a win in the league

Italy’s football record champions Juventus Turin did not score their first win of the season on the fourth Serie A matchday either. The former series champion had to be satisfied with a 1-1 (1-0) win at home on Sunday against AC Milan, who had won their first three matches. Juve’s lead was achieved by Alvaro Morata in the fourth minute, with former Frankfurt Ante Rebic (76th) equalizing.

Since AS Roma and their coach José Mourinho lost 3-2 at Hellas Verona on Sunday for the first time after three successes, defending champions Inter Milan will remain in front at least until Monday. Master Inter, who dispatched FC Bologna 6: 1 on Saturday, got ten points like their local rivals Milan, who were tied on points. SSC Napoli, who only played on Monday evening at Udinese Calcio, can still pass with a win.