April 2, 2023

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Saint-Germain fell in a draw with Leipzig and lost first place in their group in the Champions League.

Paris Saint-Germain of France, who beat Belgium’s Club Brook 4-1 on Wednesday, fell to a 2-2 draw with Leipzig last time out, losing first place in Group A to their main rival Manchester City. Fourth round of the UEFA Champions League.

City advanced to first place with 9 points, one point ahead of Saint-Germain, while Bruce finished third with 4 points and Leipzig had one point.

In the absence of Argentine star Lionel Messi, who suffered a knee injury, Saint-Germain played against Leipzig.

8 minutes after former Paris Saint-Germain striker Christopher Enkungu opened the scoring from the head, he surprised his Parisian guests by raising his score to 5 goals this season in the Continental tournament.

As soon as Saint-Germain were shocked, the Portuguese Danilo blocked his teammate Andre Silva into the area and the referee awarded a penalty to Leipzig, but Italy’s great goalkeeper Gianluigi Donarum miraculously blocked the latter’s attempt (12).

Saint-Germain gradually breathed a sigh of relief and entered the match, and Brazilian Neymar quickly equalized when a ball bounced deep in the direction of Kylian Mbabane on the left and was sent to the following area by Giorgino Vignaldam of the Netherlands. Web from a short distance (s21).

Viznald also gave PSG the lead, using Brazilian captain Marquinhos’ header to keep his head behind the Dutchman, before reaching Hungarian Leipzig goalkeeper Peter Colasi (39 seconds).

As Saint-Germain tried to settle the decision in their favor permanently, the second half saw a big win and a big escape, and Leipzig returned to the match, but individually Mbabane had priority over the missed guests.

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Leipzig almost equalized when Nkunko sent an elegant ball into the area, followed by Hungarian substitute Dominique Subulai, but he shot from a good position (72v) outside three blocks.

But Sopolai realized she had given her team a penalty kick in her second attempt, after a mistake made by Bresnel Kimpep into the area, the Hungarian player successfully swept her in the second minute of extra time.