Strasbourg holds Saint-Germain to a thrilling draw.

After an exciting match in the first round of the 35th round of the competition on Friday evening, Strasbourg and PSG equaled with three goals each.


PSG In the 23rd, 64th, and 68th minutes, Kylian Mbappe scored two goals, while Kevin

Gameiro and Marco Verratti each scored an own goal, and Anthony Casey Strasbourg scored in the 75th and 92nd minutes.

The Parisian behemoth increased its lead to 79 points, while Strasbourg falls to fifth place with 57 points.

The game had numerous highs and lows, including a flawless start for the landowners and

an early goal scored by Gameiro from the first attack.

In the ninth minute, Donnarumma conceded a second goal, this time by Adrian Thomason,

but video technology revealed offside, saving the visitors from further difficulty.

Belgaard also squandered a potentially game-changing opportunity for Strasbourg,

which would have practically cemented his team’s dominance.

PSG came late to the game, but from the first attempt, and a counterattack, Neymar

provided a through ball, putting Mbappe alone, and rattling the net by blasting the ball between goalkeeper “Sils”‘ feet.

The Strasbourg goalie then made two more saves, this time from Neymar and Lionel Messi.

The second half started with a rather tranquil pace; the ball was evenly distributed between the two teams, then Paris scored two goals in less than four minutes.

After that Neymar and Mbappe, Achraf Hakimi broke into the penalty area and smashed the ball into the net.

Watch the goals of the match Strasbourg vs Paris Saint Germain

Strasbourg vs PSG

Dzeko then made a crucial error by handing the ball to Mbappe, who found himself alone in the middle of the field, racing rapidly and scored the third goal.

The Strasbourg team did not give up; instead, they managed to narrow the gap, virtually match the score, and turn the tables on their visitors.

The hosts added a second goal thanks to a gift from Marco Verratti, who was under pressure from Habib Diallo, the substitute.

Kevin Gameiro wasted an equalizer opportunity a few seconds later when he shot the ball into the net from outside.

Mauricio Pochettino waited until the last ten minutes of the game to refresh his lineup, bringing in Nuno Mendes, Angel Di Maria, and Keirer to replace Bernat, Neymar, and Hakimi.

The excitement went when the Strasbourg goalkeeper saved a thunderous shot from Messi, and Habib Diallo wasted an identical chance.

After a cross from Lenard, which Anthony Cassie met with a fantastic foot in the net against Donnarumma, the referee granted 5 minutes of stoppage time, which the hosts took advantage of by scoring the equalizer.