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PSG vs LOSC Lille result: Lionel Messi replaced at half-time, but PSG come back to win

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PSG vs LOSC Lille result: Lionel Messi replaced at half-time, but PSG come back to win

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PSG has started again. After scoring a home goal in a mediocre first half that drew whistles from Parc des Princes supporters, the PSG stars claimed another home victory, 2-1 over defending champion LOSC Lille , to extend his lead at the top of Ligue 1 in France. .

Canadian international Jonathan David scored his league-leading eighth goal of the season for a deserved halftime lead on his visit to Lille. Then Angel Di Maria and Neymar lit the class in the final 15 minutes to help PSG score twice. Di Maria made a perfect cross to captain Marquinhos to equalize, then Di Maria combined with Neymar on a wall pass and converted the winner in the 88th minute.

The Paris team got the result without Kylian Mbappe (otitis), who was sitting in the stands, and then without Lionel Messi, who came out at half-time with what would have been a muscle problem.

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PSG (10-1-1, 31 points) have a comfortable 10-point lead over Lens, second, who has one game less. The Parisians are preparing for a UEFA Champions League group stage match against German side RB Leipzig in midweek.

The reigning Ligue 1 champion, Lille will regret not having consolidated his lead in a dominant first half during which he created multiple opportunities in transition.

PSG vs Lille final score

1 hour 2H Final
PSG 0 2 2
LOSC Lille 1 0 1

Goals:
LOSC – Jonathan David (Burak Yilmaz) – 31st min.
PSG – Marquinhos (Angel Di Maria) – 73rd min.
PSG – Angel Di Maria (Neymar) – 88th min.

(All Eastern hours)

Final: PSG 2, LOSC Lille 1

90th minute: Four minutes of downtime, but more to come after both teams made substitutions.

88th minute: PSG goal! Another flash of brilliance from its stars. This time it’s Neymar and Angel Di Maria combining for the quick back and forth inside the top of the box and Di Maria applies the unique and elegant finish.

85th minute: After Mauro Icardi received a card in protest, PSG called on Julian Draxler, then a few moments later, it was Neymar who saw yellow for a foul on Fonte.

84th minute: What luck for Icardi! His angled shot intended for the far post appeared to be hit by the keeper, but no corner was awarded.

79th minute: SUB – US international Tim Weah replaces Jonathan Ikone. Weah is a former PSG player.

76th minute: SUB – Lille remove striker Burak Yilmaz for central midfielder Onana.

74th minute: PSG goal! Neymar and Di Maria combine on the left and Di Maria with the delicious scoop at the far post and a wide open captain Marquinhos puts him home for the first time.

73rd minute: Angel Di Maria crosses right over Mauro Icardi’s head and his plunging head is wide. First chance for Icardi, who plays at the center-forward position.

69th minute: Luck of PSG! Neymar finally takes command, passes a player and shoots on goal, but Lille central defender Jose Fonte blocks him for a corner. Marquinhos gets a header from the free kick but it goes off target.

65th min: SUBS – Two rear positions are replaced for PSG. Colin Dagba is the new right-back (in place of Thilo Kehrer) and Nuno Mendes replaces Juan Bernat at left-back.

64th minute: Half a chance for PSG on set piece, but Lille defends it well and goalkeeper Grbic grabs it. Double replacement for the upcoming PSG.

56th minute: What luck for Lille! Yilmaz places the cross in the box and Donnarumma hits the ball before Jonathan Bamba can direct it. Jonathan David can’t put home the follow-through when the ball gets to him.

52nd minute: Penalty kick for PSG, but no call from the referee. In the meantime, the show continues to show the contact in the box on Yilmaz on the previous chance for Lille. It was Presnel Kimpembe with the spiked sliding tackle to stop him.

47th minute: First chance for Lille! Jonathan Ikone to Jonathan David and Donnarumma comes to stuff him. Then David takes the rebound and serves it to Yilmaz who fails to make contact with a converging defender.

46th minute: SUB – Mauro Icardi replaces Lionel Messi. Wow. Messi missed training on Thursday with what was called a “hit”, but no one expected this first sub. L’Equipe say it’s a muscle problem for the 34-year-old.

Half-time: PSG 0, ​​Lille 1

Half time: Advance deserved for the visitors at half-time. Lille have a game plan that works: block the middle, win the ball and push the numbers forward when they win the ball. It worked to create multiple chances to start. As half-time progressed, the Lille attackers began to change position and it was Burak Yilmaz away from the left who delivered the cross that Jonathan David transformed. PSG can not keep pace. Neymar needs 10 touches every time he gets the ball back, Messi gets the ball in the center of traffic every time. Instead of passing the ball off, PSG are trying to get down to the center, playing in the hands of Lille. The boos were justified at this point.

45th minute: On PSG’s last chance before the half-time whistle, Lionel Messi sends a free kick 20 meters high and wide from the target.

43rd minute: Two straight corners for Lille and the PSG crowd let their team have it, whistling loudly in protest against a below-par home performance so far.

40th min: Luck for PSG! The home team is more dangerous when it suddenly accelerates with quick combinations and assists. This ball is threaded in the back of Angel Di Maria who tries to wrap it around the Lille goalkeeper with his left foot, but he misses it.

31st minute: Goal Lille! Burak Yilmaz is wide open on the left and his cross is hit in the goal by Jonathan David for his 8th Ligue 1 lead.

27th minute: The lines of PSG are now tighter and Lille do not have as easy to fall behind as in the first 15 minutes. Lille could however regret not having converted one of these occasions.

25 min. : Neymar is trying to weave some magic, but nothing significant just yet apart from this nutmeg:

23rd minute: First shot of the match by PSG. Lionel Messi, who so far has failed to hold the ball and involve his teammates, finds Angel Di Maria for a shot saved by the Lille goalkeeper.

14th minute: What a ball of Burak Yilmaz for Jonathan Ikone who can not convert with Gigi Donnarumma at his mercy. Lille get the first chances, but cannot convert.

12th minute: Lille have an attacking formation and once the visitors win the ball they flood the attack with numbers. But the midfielders are not making the right passes (or the PSG defenders are doing a great job).

5th minute: There were back and forth with transitions in both directions. Reinildo stops one for PSG with a tackle that sends Angel Di Maria to the ground. He gets a yellow for stopping an attack, but the left-back has all the ball. It was not the right call from the referee.

1st minute: What a stop from Gigi Donnarumma! Fast transition from Lille led by Jonathan Ikone, and striker Burak Yilmaz with a close range shot that the Italian goalkeeper must dive to stop for a corner. Nothing comes out of it.

1st minute: Lionel Messi kicks off the match. PSG ball to start.

2:58 p.m. ET: And now the teams have come out:

2:50 p.m. ET: Team mascots are already on the ground:

2:43 p.m. ET: The PSG women’s team receives the adulation of the supporters section:

2:10 p.m. ET: The Parc des Princes should still vibrate for the last game of PSG at home.

2:00 p.m. ET: All eyes will be on Neymar. He’s feeling the heat and he’s been on the defensive in the media. At some point, he needs to produce.

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PSG lineup against Lille

In addition to the absence of Mbappe, PSG enter the match a little shorthanded, especially in midfield, where Marco Verratti (left hip) will be absent for four weeks and Leandro Paredes (quad) is sidelined until after the international break. Right-back Achraf Hakimi is suspended after his red card against Marseille and star center-back Sergio Ramos is expected to return next week.

PSG starting eleven (4-3-3, from left to right): 50-Gianluigi Donnarumma-GK – 14-Juan Bernat, 3-Presnel Kimpembe, 5-Marquinhos, 24-Thilo Kehrer – 27-Idrissa Gueye, 15-Danilo, 18-Georginio Wijnaldum – 10-Neymar Jr., 30-Lionel Messi , 11-Angel Di Maria

PSG submarines (9): 1-Keylor Navas-GK, 17-Colin Dagba, 22-Abdou Diallo, 25-Nuno Mendes, 28-Eric Junior Dina Ebimbe, 12-Rafinha, 21-Ander Herrera, 23-Julian Draxler, 9-Mauro Icardi

Lille coach Jocelyn Gouvernnec will have to do without suspended defensive midfielder Benjamin Andre (suspended) and two absences for injury from central defender Sven Botman and goalkeeper Leo Jardim, still absent.

Lille starting eleven (4-4-2, from left to right): 1-Ivo Grbic-GK – 28-Reinildo, 3-Tiago Djalo, 6-Jose Fonte, 2-Zeki Celik – 7-Jonathan Bamba, 8-Xeka, 21-Renato Sanches, 10-Jonathan Ikone – 17-Burak Yilmaz, 9-Jonathan David

Lille submarines (9): 16-Adam Jakubech-GK, 33-Kouadio-Yves Dabila, 26-Jeremy Pied, 5-Gabriel Gudmundsson, 24-Amadou Onana, 20-Angel Gomes, 11-Yusuf Yazici, 19-Isaac Lihadji, 22-Tim Weah

How to watch PSG against Lille

  • Dated: Fri 29 Oct
  • Time: 3 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: beIN Sports, beIN Sports in Spanish
  • Diffusion: fuboTV, beIN Sports Connect

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The match will be broadcast by beIN Sports, holder of the rights to Ligue 1, in English and Spanish. Both of these beIN channels are available to stream through fuboTV, which is available to new users with a 7-day free trial.


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