Midfielder of Malian descent received the boot in France, two Africans scored goals.


Malian descent received the boot in France,

Malian descent received the boot in France, two Africans scored goals.

In the French Elite Division match on Saturday, Wahbi Khazri and Enzo Tchato scored goals as Montpellier lost 5-2 to Paris Saint-Germain.

La Paillade went to Parc des Princes hoping to earn their second victory of the 2022–23 season. They were still basking in the pleasure of their 3-2 victory against Troyes in their opening match.

Sadly, the opposite proved true, and they went home with their heads bowed.

Jordan Ferri was found

Jordan Ferri was found to have touched the ball in his own area, and as a result, referee Willy Delajod gave the hosts a penalty, giving the Parisians a fantastic chance to grab the lead.

Jonas Omlin, the goalie, correctly predicted the path of Kylian Mbappe’s subsequent kick and saved it.

Falaye Sacko of Mali, who was attempting to block a cross from Kylian Mbappe, turned the ball into his own net in the 40th minute, giving them the lead despite their loss on penalties.

Sacko committed a handball offense two minutes before halftime, resulting in another penalty. This time, Neymar accepted the ensuing kick, which he scored from close range.

Neymar extended PSG’s advantage shortly after the break in the 51st minute by headed past Omlin who was closing in.

Wahbi Khazri of Tunisia cut the visitors’ of Malian

Wahbi Khazri of Tunisia cut the visitors’ deficit in half two minutes before the hour mark. In the 69th minute, Mbappe restored the hosts’ three-goal advantage.

Five minutes from the end, Neymar believed he had scored his third goal, but VAR disallowed the goal.

However, Cameroonian defender Enzo Tchato still had time to score Montpellier’s second goal of the evening after newly acquired Renato Sanches connected with a cross from Nuno Mendes on his team’s debut under Christophe Galtier.

A 1-1 match between 10-man AS Monaco and Rennes was played elsewhere at the Stade Louis II.

The hosts struggled to establish their dominance in the low-scoring contest as the Red and Blacks, although playing away from home, controlled possession.

Youssouf Fofana, a promising Mali player

Youssouf Fofana, a promising Mali player, was sent off for reckless play against Martin Terrier in the 15th minute, dealing the Monegasques a severe blow.

They came close to starting the scoring despite their numerical disadvantage. They were given a penalty just after the half-hour mark.

Axel Disasi took the penalty kick, but goalie Steve Mandanda made a good save.

Gaetan Laborde gave Rennes the lead just before the hour mark. Finally, it took Breel Embolo until the 72nd minute to give Monaco an equalizer.



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