Paris Saint Germain put their slow start to the season behind with a huge 3-0 win over AC Milan. The Game in Paris saw the French team completely outplay their opponents to win the game easily. This result now has pushed PSG to the top of the table after Borussia Dortmund’s 1-0 win away to Newcastle United.
In the last round of the Champions League matches, Newcastle United had beaten PSG with a 4-1 margin. Miguel Almiron, Sean Longstaff, Dan Burn, and Fabien Schar had scored for the Magpies. Lucas Hernandez was the lone scorer for the French side on a terrible night for Luis Enrique and his team.
Kylian Mbappe finally came to his best goal-scoring form to help his side win the tie. As far as PSG in the French league is concerned they are now third in the table behind Monaco and Nice who have 20 and 19 points each. PSG has played 9 games winning five losing once and drawing thrice with 18 points.
AC Milan's challenge swept aside by PSG
There was action as early as the fourth minute when Malick Thiaw was given a yellow card in the 4th minute. This was for his foul on PSG’s French forward Kolo Muani who was pulled back in the halfway line. Three minutes later there was a second yellow card this time for Rade Krunic of AC Milan for his foul Ugarte.
The flurry of early game cautions continued when Achraf Hakimi was shown the yellow card for his foul on Rafael Leao in the 16th minute. Young Zaire-Emery showed brilliant composure to put a ball for Kylian Mbappe who scored the first goal of the game for the Parisians.
The half-time ended 1-0 in favour of PSG with Ousmane Dembele becoming the 4th player to go into the books. AC Milan made two changes at half time and once play resumed PSG continued their domination. After being denied a goal due to VAR in the 49th minute Kolo Muani put PSG 2-0 ahead in the 53rd minute.
Fikayo Timori and Pierre Kalulu got yellow cards each in just two minutes as the match got fiery. The match was settled in the 89th minute when Lee-Kang-In got a delicious ball from Zaire-Emery once again to put PSG 3-0 ahead.
With this win, PSG are now 1st in the group F with 6 points from three games. Dortmund and Newcastle United are 2nd and 3rd with four points each. AC Milan is rooted bottom of the table with 2 points from three games.