World At a small trot, Paris corrects Dijon
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Without forcing, PSG spent a more than quiet afternoon in Dijon. In the wake of an inspired Kylian Mbappé, the Parisians have spent four in the red lantern of Ligue 1 and thus return to a point behind the Lille leader.
Dijon FCO 0-4 Paris Saint-Germain Goals: Kean (6th), Mbappé (31st, 50th) and Danilo (82nd)
To see the suspense between reds at home and whites away, it's rugby you had to watch this Saturday afternoon. Because unlike Wales against the English in Cardiff, Dijon was no match for PSG. Instead, the DFCO took the water, even, overwhelmed by the technical and physical superiority of the Parisians. Worse still: the Burgundians have never seemed able to even worry about PSG, carried by a new boss size Kylian Mbappé who scored twice. Without being flamboyant in the game, Paris took the opportunity to put their heads in the spotlight after their loss to Monaco by showing themselves clinical and intractable while taking care of their goal average. In short, a beautiful afternoon for PSG in Burgundy.
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Obviously, it's never the right time to receive PSG when you are the red lantern of Ligue 1. But then, when you have not won a home game of the season and you stay on six setbacks while PSG comes out of a defeat at home against a direct competitor for the title ... Suffice to say that the moment promises to be delicate. And this, even though PSG came to Dijon without seven of their usual starters. No need for Neymar, Verratti, Di María, Icardi, Florenzi or Paredes: in Dijon, Kylian Mbappé did everything alone or almost. Ghostly against Monaco, Kyky has meanwhile recovered his boss costume released in Barcelona. On his left side, Mbappé first threw Diallo with a small bridge pass after a pass for once useful. The French full-back had only to serve Kean, a solid pivot in the box and precise in front of Racioppi (0-1, 5th). An early opening of the scoring, which allowed PSG to engage in management mode very (too?) Early. Indeed, it was not until half an hour into the game to see the Parisians strike a second time, on a distant attempt by Kehrer. Except that Celina's hand passing by there, this firecracker offered a gift penalty to PSG and transformed by Mbappé (0-2, 31st). Three strikes, and a break: at the break, the match was already folded by a clinical PSG.
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The coach of FC Nantes explained his decision to put certain elements of the workforce away from the group. © Supplied by Mercato 365 Antoine Kombouaré (Dijon) Arrived with the service firefighter costume to succeed Raymond Domenech, Antoine Kombouaré was quick to impose his method. The new coach of FC Nantes has notably made the choice to rely on a smaller group.
Mbappé rolls up, Paris rolls out
Bad news for Dijon: Kylian Mbappé was not satisfied by his feast in the first act. The native of the nineteenth arrondissement has indeed put the cover back in the second, well served by a Rafinha free of the Covid - finally holder - and who breathes football. Alone in the box, Kyky wrapped the ball on the left, leaving poor Racioppi (0-3, 50th) no chance. Stunned, Dijon then got his only chance of the evening thanks to a helmet from Ecuele Manga on a corner (53 '). Nothing to worry about PSG, who calmly controlled the end of the match. Only the usual substitutes continued to set the pace, like Julian Draxler. Well launched in depth by Marquinhos, the German lobbed Racioppi superbly before being signaled offside by a hair (73 '). Cruel for Draxler, already scorer in the first period on a service from Mbappé, also offside. But not necessary for PSG, who increased the score by a header from Danilo from a corner (0-4, 82nd) and who managed the rest at a slow trot. Result: Paris provisionally goes back to second place in L1, one point behind LOSC and two ahead of Lyon. Without having existed in Dijon, the suspense is in full swing in the standings.
Dijon FCO (5-3-2): Racioppi - Boey, Coulibaly, Ecuele Manga, Panzo (Dobre, 61st), Ndonga - Dina-Ebimbe (Samaritano, 74th), Diop (Married, 70th), Celina - Konaté (Assalé , 61st), Baldé. Coach: David Linarès.
Paris Saint-Germain (4-2-3-1): Navas - Kehrer, Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Diallo - Danilo Pereira, Herrera - Rafinha (Gueye, 81st), Draxler, Mbappé - Kean (Sarabia, 71st). Coach: Mauricio Pochettino.
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© Provided by Sofoot And we say first Graoully is not graou oh! It is second Graoully who is niata oh ah While Bruno Génésio will soon be seated on the Rennes bench, the latter moves on the lawn of Lyon, which is only one point ahead of Monaco. At the same time, Metz welcomes Angers, Lens moves to Geoffroy Guichard, Nîmes is in Nice, and Brest receives Dijon. A first batch which should announce the color of this 28th day.