Paris threw a party at “Classique” and pushed Marseille even further… over the cliff!


THE Paris Saint Germain turned the great hate derby into a one-role show with an opponent who… faltering, Marseille!

Taking advantage of the many and serious problems faced by the Marseilles recently, both at a competitive and administrative level, the Parisians threw a party at the “Parc des Princes”, winning with the impressive 4-0 in the “Classique” derby for the 6th matchday of Ligue 1!

The game started with the best omens for the hosts, when Hakimi with an incredible free kick opened the scoring for his team in just the 8th minute. And maybe everyone in the “camp” of Paris “froze” with him injury and its forced change Mbappe at 32′, however, o Colo Muani it was there, and five minutes later in close-up made it 2-0!

With the same mood to play quickly and aggressively, Paris entered the second half, which found a third goal in the 47th minute with a “fish” header Gonzalo Ramos. The Portuguese forward was the one who shaped the final 4-0 giving dimensions of triumph to the victory of Paris, when in the 89′ he completed his team’s counter-attack in an exemplary manner

On the other hand, her opponent AEK in the Europa League groups, he played with the service duo of Abardonado and Jean-Pierre Papin on the bench, after the resignation of Marthelino. Tonight’s defeat by the great rival Deos, it is a given that he did even heavier the climate in the ranks of the club and in the conflict that has been open for a few days with the fans.

The program of the 6th game

Friday, 22/9

Monaco-Nice 0-1

(90’+3′ Boga)

Saturday, 23/9

Nantes-Lorian 5-3

(42′ Amblin, 46′ Comer, 55′ Mohamed, 83′ Molet, 90+9′ Simon – 6′ Krupi, 75′ Febre, 85′ Aygegun)

Brest-Lyon 1-0

(87′ Mounier)

Sunday, 24/9

Metz-Strasbourg 0-1

(83′ Diarra)

Havre-Clermont 2-1

(4′ Alioui, 7′ Bayou-45’+1′ Conate)

Lance-Toulouse 2-1

(45’+1′ Side, 84′ Gilavogi – 33′ Zelamber)

Montpellier-Ren 0-0

Paris Saint-Germain-Marseille 4-0

(8′ Hakimi, 37′ Kolo Mouani, 47′, 90+1′ Ramos)

Tuesday, 26/9

Lille-Reims 22:00

The next matchday (7th)

Friday, 29/9

Strasbourg-Lance (22:00)

Saturday, 30/9

Clermont-Paris Saint-Germain (18:00)

Monaco-Marseille (22:00)

Sunday, 1/10

Reims-Lyon (14:00)

Le Havre-Lille (16:00)



Lorient-Montpellier (18:05)

Rennes-Nade (21:45)

Source: Sport Fm

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