Two assists from Lionel Messi converted by Kylian Mbappé put the win on track (3-0) of Paris Saint-Germain at the pitch of Nantes, this Saturday on matchday six, allowing the champion to stay ahead of Ligue 1, level with Marseille, who also won.
< p class="content" id="p699696-m998-2-999">This duo could be joined by Lens, who are three points behind and visit Reims on Sunday. In Nantes, PSG coach Christophe Galtier allowed himself the luxury of giving one of his geniuses a break, Neymar, who is also the fittest.
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But in the absence of the Brazilian, Mbappé responded, who with his double this Saturday equaled his partner in the scorers' table, with seven goals in six days.
In addition, Messi showed that he has recovered his best version, giving his fans accelerations and combinations. In the first goal he covered the middle of the field to serve Mbappé who scored with a powerful shot (18). A yours-mine between the Argentine and the French meant 2-0 in minute 54.
The only bad news for PSG was the injury of the Portuguese Vitinha, brilliant in his first games as a Parisian, who had to leaving the field in minute 24 due to a dangerous tackle by Fabio, who was sent off.
PSG's third goal was scored by the Portuguese Nuno Mendes in minute 56.
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Before, Marseille won 2-0 away to newly promoted Auxerre with a goal from their Chilean striker Alexis Sánchez, < /b>who only played the last half hour, but it served him to achieve his third goal with his new team (84), demonstrating a perfect adaptation to his new colors. The Colombian Luis Suárez started and left the field of play in the 81st minute.
The Chilean attacker will not be available due to suspension on Wednesday at Marseille's Champions League baptism, in London against Tottenham.
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Brazilian Gerson opened the scoring, taking advantage of a post shot from Turkey's Cengiz Under (8). Gerson, who recently returned from injury, was inspired, with several high-quality details, and scored his first goal of the season.
Croatian coach Igor Tudor withdrew him at game time to dose him with a view to the tight schedule of the coming weeks. In the other match on Saturday, Lyon had a feast (5-0) at home against Angers, a much inferior rival. Cameroonian Karl Toko Ekambi (31 and 59), Alexandre Lacazette (38), Castello Lukeba (62) and Moussa Dembele (88) scored.
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