In the competitive Group F of the Champions League, PSG secured a crucial 3-0 victory against Milan this Wednesday. At the Parc des Princes stadium, Paris Saint-Germain opened the scoring at 32 minutes with a beautiful goal by Mbappé. Still in the first half, Dembelé found the back of the net for the second goal, but the referee disallowed the goal after a VAR review due to a foul at the beginning of the play.
In the second half, PSG managed to assert themselves and extended their lead just eight minutes in, with Kolo Muani capitalizing on the rebound from a shot by Dembelé, which had been saved by Maignan. In the final minutes, the young Zaire-Emery, who was the standout player of the match with two assists, executed a brilliant play and set up South Korean Lee Kang-In in the box to score the third goal and seal the score.
With this win, PSG bounces back from a tough loss in the second round and regains the group’s top spot, accumulating six points. Borussia Dortmund, who defeated Newcastle, now sits in second place with four points, the same as the English team. Milan, who has yet to secure a win in the Champions League Group F, is at the bottom with only two points.
One of the standout players of the match was the 17-year-old midfielder Zaire-Emery. The young talent played a crucial role in creating opportunities for Paris Saint-Germain, providing two assists for the team’s first and third goals. Having been in the senior team since last season, he became the youngest player to score a goal for PSG and also the youngest in Champions League history to start in a knockout game.
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