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Lionel Messi STARTS first PSG match alongside Neymar and Kylian Mbappe
The 34-year-old Argentine will start his first ever Paris Saint-Germain match this evening after he was named in an all-star front three with fellow attackers Kylian Mbappe and Neymar.The former Barcelona captain moved to the French capital last month but has been limited to just 24 minutes of action in a PSG shirt since he made his high-profile free transfer.
Bayern Munich has set itself quietly at Greuther Fürth (1-3) , Friday night, opening the 6th day of Bundesliga. But there are two black points at the Evening of Champions of Germany. In the first place, the red card received by Benjamin Pavard. And in a second time, the fact that Robert Lewandowski.
This is the first time since last February 5 that the Polish striker remains silent during a Bayern game. While Thomas Müller and Joshua Kimmich had found the way for the nets in the first period, Lewandowski was content to provoke Griesbeck's goal against the second act.
PSG-Lyon: Messi-Boateng, the time of the reunion
© Lluis Gene / AFP Boateng had taken a sacred blow of wind against Messi in 2015 ... 06 May 2015, Barcelona. The Barça de Lionel Messi confronted the Bayern of Jerome Boateng in the semi-finals to go from Champions League, at Camp Nou, in front of just over 95,000 spectators. An XXL poster between two cadats. And a match during which Blaugrana gave the Lesson to Bavarois (3-0). But if this meeting remained in the memories, it is also and especially because of a single action.
Lewandowski remained on 19 games immediately all competitions combined with at least one goal with Bayern. In the championship, he could have equal the record of the inevitable Gerd Müller, who had marked in 16 games immediately in Bundesliga between 1969 and 1970. In Europe, the record on the matter belongs to Lionel Messi, who chained 22 matches. of Liga with at least one goal in 2012-2013. If he wants to afford this record, Lewandowski must start zero.
Rio Ferdinand shocked as PSG star lies down behind the wall .
Rio Ferdinand and Owen Hargreaves could not believe their eyes when they saw Lionel Messi lying down behind the PSG wall to stop free-kick taker Riyad Mahrez going under it. Messi finally got off the mark as PSG beat Manchester City 2-0 in Paris on Tuesday night, with the Argentine doubling the lead with a brilliant strike in the second half after a lovely one-two with Kylian Mbappe.However, eyebrows were raised in response to a moment that took place in the closing stages of the Group A fixture at the Parc des Princes.