Paris – AFP
In a meeting that saw the first participation of Spanish defense center Sergio Ramos, Brazilian captain Marginos scored a 3-1 victory for Paris Saint-Germain on Sunday with a double in the fifteenth leg of the French Football League. With the Paris Club.
Saint-Germain struggled for their thirteenth win of the season, but eventually managed to snatch three points and drop out of second-placed Nice by 14 points, losing 0-1 to the Mets on Saturday, thanks to a draw by Marquinhos. When his team fell behind, he scored the winning goal.Third time killer.
If Renz III succeeds in defeating its guest Lorient and removes Nice from the runner-up, the difference between Saint-Germain and its closest rivals will be reduced to 12 points.
Next week, the Paris Club will have two valuable opportunities to dispel the third dream of Nice & Lens, currently waiting for Marseille’s meeting with Troyes in the evening, with the competition for the lead, holding its first match in the capital on Wednesday. Will be the second guest.
After a long wait, Ramos made his first appearance in the Saint-Germain shirt on Sunday, the 35-year-old who moved from Real Madrid last summer and played a key role in the defense center with Marquinhos.
The former Real Madrid captain has not played a single minute in the capital’s club shirt since joining him on a free transfer deal last summer due to a calf injury, which has called into question his ability to return to the 2010 World Cup champions. Very high levels.
But Ramos, who was added to the list of those who lost in the middle of the week (1-2) against Manchester City without participating in the Champions League, pushed himself strongly from the first match and played an influential role in the defeat. Saint-Etienne, who is ranked 19th, has only won two of the last two stages since his first win against the Capital Club since 2012.
The Paris Club got off to a bad start when Gabonese was sent off by Denis Paunga in the 23rd minute, but Argentina coach Mauricio Pochettino’s side equalized in the final seconds of the first half, taking advantage of a lack of numbers in the host rankings. Marquinhos (2 + 45) then advanced to the half, passing the second ball after a perfect pass from Argentina’s Angel de Maria’s teammate Lionel Messi (79). Seconds (1 + 90).
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