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The big loser is Mbappé

PSG outclassed OL this Sunday at the end of the 30th day of Ligue 1 (4-1). Without Kylian Mbappé…

One big step further to the title. In the event of a victory in Lorient on Wednesday evening combined with a negative or zero result for Monaco against Lille, Paris will be able to celebrate its 12th in three dayse national coronation. This Sunday in fact, the PSG left Lyon no chance to increase its lead at the top of the elite. With a first runner-up – now from Monaco – pushed back eleven lengths.

Very quickly, the Parisians set the tone for this game, which looked like a dress rehearsal for the upcoming Coupe de France final – on May 25 in Lille. Nemanja Matic, against his camp (3e), and Lucas Beraldo, at point blank range (6e), were quick to offer the locals a break. A lead further accentuated when Gonçalo Ramos scored his goal (32e), then its double (42e) after the reduction of the gap signed Ernest Nuamah (37e).

Barcola confirms

4-1, the score acquired at the break should also have been the final score – Paris not having tried too hard to drive the point home. Ousmane Dembélé and Kylian Mbappé, thus, remained on the bench, hooded and bundled up while their counterparts shone on the pitch. With undoubtedly more bitterness for the second, who sees his privileged status disintegrate from week to week.

Certainly credited with a double in the Champions League on Tuesday evening in Barcelona, ​​the captain of the Blues still appeared less impactful and influential than his offensive companions Ousmane Dembélé and Bradley Barcola on this occasion. The great performance of the day from the latter and from Gonçalo Ramos in particular lends credence to the thesis of a PSG entirely capable of performing without its presumed playing master. Let’s see what happens in the coming days.


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