As a guest on Brest’s field, 3 points is the only goal that coach Luis Enrique and his team are aiming for. With a strong and attack-oriented squad, PSG proactively pushed forward and applied pressure right from the first minutes.
Kang-In Lee, Bradley Barcola or Achraf Hakimi soon made goalkeeper Marco Bizot have to show his talent for saving. Then whatever needs to happen must come. In the 16th minute, after good coordination with Barcola, young talent Warren Zaire-Emery had a great opportunity and PSG’s player wearing shirt number 33 did not misshelping the away team take the lead.
PSG was much easier to play after the opening goal. By the 28th minute, the score was 2-0 in favor of coach Enrique’s team Kylian Mbappe’s unstoppable shot.
Thinking that everything would go smoothly for PSG, in the 43rd minute, from Kenny Lala’s hanging ball, Steve Mounie headed in to shorten the score to 1-2. And not long after the break, it was Jeremy Le Douaron’s turn to score from a corner kick. bring the match back to balance.
Coach Enrique was forced to send Randal Kolo Muani, Ousmane Dembele, and Vitinha onto the field. PSG’s tireless attack efforts finally paid off in the 89th minute. Mbappe missed the penalty kick, but still managed to put the ball into Brest’s net with the subsequent rebound.sealing a hard-fought 3-2 victory for the rich French team.
With 3 points, PSG temporarily surpassed Monaco to rank 2nd on the Ligue 1 rankings, 1 point behind top team Nice.
Minh Tuan | 20:32 October 29, 2023