Mbappe scored the first goal to give win to PSG!

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PSG! 2-1 Kylian Mbappe scores twice in the first half to give Juventus the victory in their decisive Champions League match,

despite Weston McKennie‘s outstanding late header making it a tight finish.
After five minutes,

Mbappe scored the first goal after a lofted cross from Neymar.
Juve got a goal back in the 53rd minute thanks to a PSG forward’s second goal after a lovely one-two with Hakim McKennie.

Paris St. Germain opened their Champions League season by defeating Juventus 2-1 at home on Tuesday,

marking their first victory against the Italian team. Kylian Mbappe performed the role of major tormentor.

Mbappe scored two goals in the first half—one spectacular and one more—before Weston McKennie,

a substitute,

cut the deficit in half as the French champions’ level dropped.

Gianluigi Donnarumma made three excellent stops to offset a mistake for the visitors’ goal,

preventing Juve from equalising and assuring PSG defeated

the Italian team for the first time in nine meetings after losing the previous six.

In PSG’s opening Champions League group stage match,

Kylian Mbappe’s spectacular first-half double was just enough to secure all three points as the Parisians held off a second-half Juventus comeback attempt.

The Italian team struggled for the first 45 minutes as Mbappe and Neymar

repeatedly broke past their defence but were unable to score Gianluigi Donnarumma’s goal. But Juve’s substitution of Weston McKennie

during halftime changed the outcome and ignited a second-half charge.

Early in the second half,

McKennie got one back for Juventus by rising high to meet a corner, but it was all they would manage as Donnarumma stood strong on numerous occasions.

In the second half, both teams had pivotal opportunities to shift momentum in their favour, but Donnarumma and Mattia Perin,

who was on the other side, continued to shine.

In the Champions League roundup,

Jude Bellingham scores for Dortmund and Kylian Mbappe propels PSG past Juventus.
On the first night of the Champions League,

Kylian Mbappe scored twice as PSG defeated Juventus 2-1; Jude Bellingham scored as Borussia Dortmund defeated FC Copenhagen 3-0;

and in Chelsea’s group, AC Milan could only draw against RB Salzburg.

Paris Saint-Germain defeated Juventus 2-1 to begin their most recent campaign for Champions League glory behind two goals from Kylian Mbappe.

The France international scored his team’s first goal after latching onto Neymar’s through ball in just five minutes,

and he doubled his tally with just 22 remaining.

Borussia Dortmund defeated FC Copenhagen 3-0

at home to advance to the Manchester City group stage with a goal from England international Jude Bellingham.

Before Bellingham secured the victory with seven minutes left in the first half,

Dortmund had been given the lead by goals from Marco Reus and Raphael Guerreiro.

Paris Saint-Germain defeated Juventus 2-1 in their Champions League opening thanks to a spectacular Kylian Mbappe brace.

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At first glance,

PSG are a fresh-off-the-lot Ferrari. However,

when the shiny chassis and glossy paint are removed, there are significant engineering defects that can thwart their Champions League assault. Again.

The most expensively put together front-three in history was virtually unstoppable at points against Juventus,

as Mbappe’s quick-fire brace, backed by Neymar,

displayed the unique, dazzling side of the French club.

A often shaky Paris Saint-Germain team won their Champions League

opener against Juventus 2-1 thanks to a sensational Kylian Mbappe brace.

PSG appears to be a brand-new Ferrari at first glance. However,

when you take the shiny chassis and glossy paint off,

you’ll find severe engineering problems that might derail their Champions League charge. Again.

When facing Juventus,

the most expensively put together front-three in history was frequently unstoppable, and Mbappe’s quick-fire brace, assisted by Neymar, revealed the unique, dazzling side of the French club.

This was far closer than it ought to be. Paris Saint-Germain had a relaxed first half in which they quickly built a two-goal lead, but the second half was tense. However,

Christophe Galtier’s team overcame a stronger Juventus showing following the break to begin their Champions League campaign with a victory.

With two goals to cap off exquisite forward play and highlight what a desirable squad PSG are, Kylian Mbappe gave the French team a two-goal lead at the break. Juventus,

on the other hand, benefited from a change in personnel and structure by scoring early in the second half and giving PSG cause for concern about a potential equaliser.

Galtier, the most recent PSG manager to try his hand at leading the team toward the eagerly awaited Champions League title,

was relieved that it never materialised. He brought all of his wealth to bear on Juventus, and at times, the Italian visitors were all but played for laughs.

Before Mbappe scored the scoring in minute six, there was much to like about PSG. The innovation required relatively little yet was carried out superbly. Neymar launched a nicely-weighted ball for Mbappe from a standing start.+

Paris St. Germain defeated Juventus at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday, kicking off their most recent campaign for Champions League glory with a double-goal performance from Kylian Mbappe.

The first of Mbappe’s two goals, which came after an outrageously scooped assist by Neymar within of five minutes, and the second, which came at the conclusion of an excellent play midway through the first half, were both incredible.

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