Paris Saint Germain End Japan Tour In Style!

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Messi and Neymar each scored one goal as a rampaging Paris Saint-Germain finished their preseason tour of Japan with their third straight victory.

Osaka: Despite Lionel Messi and Neymar combining to devastating effect in a 6-2 hammering of Gamba Osaka on Monday,

Paris Saint-new Germain’s coach Christophe Galtier claimed his team gave up “two goals too many.”

Messi and Neymar each scored one goal as a rampaging PSG finished their preseason tour of Japan with their third straight victory.

Galtier claimed playing J-League teams in the middle of their domestic season had

“pushed us to elevate our physical level”

after taking charge of the entire team for the first time since joining PSG from Nice this summer.

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After PSG’s third game in as many days, he noted,

“We practised a lot, we played a lot with little rest time.”

However, ultimately, I’m happy with both this game and the three matches we’ve played here in Japan.

Both star forwards Neymar and Messi participated in the first 70 minutes of play against Gamba,

with Neymar scoring a penalty in the first half and assisting on Messi’s goal.

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In the second half, Messi paid it forward by unleashing Neymar to score the Brazilian’s second goal of the match.

After being substituted for the final 30 minutes,

Kylian Mbappe finally put his name on the scoresheet with a late penalty.

PSG also had goals from Nuno Mendes and Pablo Sarabia,

but Galtier was troubled by the way his team gave up two goals to Gamba,

who are currently 16th in the J-League standings.

We gave up two goals, which is two too many,

so there is still much work to be done, he added.

“I’m hoping that even when we have a big lead,

playing team defence will make us harder to beat. We need to be better organised.”

In their final match in Japan,

Paris Saint-Germain defeated Gamba Osaka thanks to goals from Kylian Mbappe,

Neymar Jr., and Lionel Messi.

At the Suita City Football Stadium,

where Christophe Galtier’s team played their final match of the trip,

the adoring spectators were treated to a show by PSG’s renowned trio of strikers.

After 27 minutes, Pablo Sarabia scored the game’s first goal. Messi made a fantastic move,

entered the box, and shot. The Spaniard capitalised on the goalkeeper’s rebound to give PSG a 1-0 lead.

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Neymar’s well-taken penalty on the 32nd minute made the score 2-0. Kurokawa scored for the home team a minute later to make it 2-1.

Nuno Mendes scored again immediately after to give PSG a two-goal advantage,

and Messi added a tap-in goal just before halftime with help from Neymar.

As the second half began, Neymar scored his second goal of the match to make it 5-1.

In the 70th minute, Yamami added another goal to make it 5-2 for the home team. Mbappe also scored in this game in the 86th minute after entering the game in the second half. To make it 6-2, he scored from the penalty spot.

PSG had previously defeated Gamba Osaka, Kawasaki Frontale, and Urawa Reds on their tour of Japan.

The Parisians will now continue their preseason trip in Israel in order to get ready for the upcoming Ligue 1 season.

As Paris Saint-Germain destroyed Gamba Osaka 6-2

on Monday to round off their three-game preseason tour of Japan, Lionel Messi and Neymar combined to devastating effect.

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Both of the top forwards participated in the first 70 minutes of play in Osaka, and Neymar converted a first-half penalty before assisting Messi on his goal.

After a defensive blunder allowed Messi to get possession of the ball,

the French champions were able to score in the 28th minute when Sarabia slammed home the rebound of Messi’s saved shot.

Just a few minutes later,

Neymar added a second goal by curling

his penalty to the left of the goalkeeper after the Brazilian striker was hauled down in the box.
Keisuke Kurokawa’s goal

for Gamba came after Gianluigi Donnarumma had originally stopped the Japanese team with a quick reflex save.

After handling a feed from Vitinha and slamming the ball past the goalkeeper, Mendes gave PSG a cushion once again.
Neymar found out Messi in the box, and he scored to make it four.
Although Gamba had PSG on their toes,

Hiroto Yamami turned the ball home in the 70th minute for Neymar’s second goal, which he scored in the 60th minute.
In the 86th minute, Mbappe supplied the winning touch for PSG with a penalty.

PARIS – Christophe Galtier, the new coach of Paris Saint-Germain,

claimed that his team gave up “two goals too many”

despite Lionel Messi and Neymar’s lethal combination in Monday’s 6-2 hammering of Gamba Osaka.

Messi and Neymar each scored one goal as a rampaging PSG finished their preseason tour of Japan with their third straight victory.

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The French Super Cup match between the champions of France and Nantes will now take place in Tel Aviv on July 31.

Galtier claimed playing J-League teams in the middle of their domestic season had

“pushed us to elevate our physical level” after taking charge of the entire team for the first time since joining PSG from Nice this summer.

After PSG’s third game in as many days, he noted, “We practised a lot, we played a lot with little rest time.”

Christophe Galtier, the new coach of Paris Saint-Germain,

claimed that his team gave up “two goals too many” despite Lionel Messi and Neymar’s lethal combination in Monday’s 6-2 hammering of Gamba Osaka. Messi and Neymar each scored one goal as a rampaging PSG finished their preseason tour of Japan with their third straight victory.

The French Super Cup match between the champions of France and Nantes will now take place in Tel Aviv on July 31.

On Monday, Paris Saint-Germain defeated Gamba Osaka 6-2 to cap off their preseason tour of Japan with goals from Neymar, Lionel Messi, and Kylian Mbappe.

After Messi’s attempt was blocked by the goalie over 30 minutes into a wild first half, Pablo Sarabia curled home to score the game’s opening goal. Neymar extended the advantage four minutes later in the 32nd minute after scoring from the penalty spot.

A good team effort allowed Gamba Osaka to cut PSG’s advantage in half in the 34th minute when Keisuke Korokawa scored from close range after Gianluigi Donnarumma had previously stopped two shots in short succession.

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