PSG hooked by LOSC in the final minutes


By: Manu Tournoux

Lille snatched a point in the final minutes of the match. This Sunday evening at the Pierre Mauroy stadium, Paris Saint-Germain was held in check by a Lille team who didn’t give up until the end (1-1). Kylian Mbappé opened the scoring before Jonathan David delivered his own at the end of the match.

With this draw, Paris Saint-Germain, however, takes off in the standings with a 5-point lead over OGC Nice who were defeated on the Le Havre pitch.

On the other side, Lille carried out a great operation and got a little closer to the podium. The Dogues are only two points behind AS Monaco, 3rd.

Luis Enrique’s men will face FC Metz this Wednesday at the Parc des Princes for the 17th day. For Lille, it will be a trip to Strasbourg.

A very tactical first act

Luis Enrique announced it at a press conference this Saturday afternoon at the PSG Campus. The Spanish technician feared the training led by Paulo Fonseca. The two teams fought a real tactical battle in the first half.

The Red and Blue held the ball as they often do but came up against a disciplined Lille block who managed to block the axis and limit the influence of the key Red and Blue players.

Kylian Mbappé unlocks the meeting

Upon returning from the locker room, the two strategists on the sidelines leave with the same intentions. However, it is the Spaniard who will gain the upper hand over his counterpart. A few minutes after the hour mark, Lucas Hernandez slipped into the area and was brought down by Diakite.

Kylian Mbappé, full of composure, takes the penalty and deceives Lucas Chevalier (1-0.66). A goal which is good for the Parisians who controlled the end of the match despite the offensive attacks of the Mastiffs.

Jonathan David delivers the people of Lille

Despite the Parisian mastery, Benjamin André’s partners did not give up and gave everything until the last minute of play. Not at 100% of his physical means, Jonathan David started the game on the bench before entering game in the 81st minute of play and to make the difference in the final minutes.

The Lille player took advantage of a strike from Ounas that was repelled by Tenas to appear in front of the goal and push the header into the back of the net and snatch a draw. A goal which will do him the greatest good and which allows him to bring his total to 5 goals in Ligue 1.

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