Neymar sees red in Paris Saint-Germain’s thrilling comeback win against Bordeaux
Both teams shared seven targets at one of the games of their Ligue 1 year, since PSG came from a goal behind to secure a 4-3 win and also then expand its lead at the peak of the desk.
However, the game ended on something of a sour note by Neymar exhibited a red card for a second bookable offense after hacking Yacine Adli.
After referee Willy Delajod dropped to award him a variety of tears, the Brazilian seemed to have been left aggrieved; Neymar left the pitch sarcastically applauding the official and ripped off his shirt in frustration.
There will be a concern for trainer Thomas Tuchel in the number, Although the success will come to PSG.
In addition to the two surrendered midweek against Dortmund, PSG sent the following four in last weekend’s frantic 4-4 draw against Ligue 1 struggler Amiens.
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PSG dropped captain and central defender Thiago Silva to a thigh injury following month after 25 minutes, which makes the Brazilian a doubt for the French Cup semifinal from Lyon and the Champions League second leg from Dortmund to compound its frailties.
There was a great news for PSG because striker Edinson Cavani scored a landmark 200th goal for the club as moving into the capital in 2013, netting the equalizer following Hwang Ui-jo had opened the scoring for Bordeaux.
Though he’s struggled for fitness and sport time this year, scoring just five aims, the Uruguayan is the club all-time record goalscorer.
Then came arguably the target of the weekend, after Marquinhos, who replaced the injured Silva had given PSG again.
Stand-in PSG goalkeeper Sergio Rico shanked his clearance into the shins of the ball and Bordeaux defender Pablo.
Until Kylian Mbappe captured the goal soon after marquinhos arrived at the rescue of PSG, scoring to mark his first to the club.
Ruben Pardo’s thunderbolt seven minutes out of time set up a nervous finish for your Parisians but they held on despite going a man down at the dying stages.
Even though there’s absolutely not any doubt PSG could be devastating going forward and possesses one of the most deadly attacking forces in Europe, some expectation of winning a maiden Champions League name will be surely be over if Tuchel can’t find a means to plug the leaks in defense.
Message of solidarity
For the game against Bordeaux, PSG replaced its normal shirt sponsor with the concept”Stay Strong China” in English and Chinese to show support for those efforts in combating the lethal coronavirus.
Since the outbreak in the end of 2019 — which is thought to have come from a fish market in Wuhan, the capital of central China’s Hubei province — over 2,600 individuals are confirmed to have died and more than 79,000 people are infected.
Banners in the center of the pitch and in the group photograph showed that the message of solidarity on a weekend that saw European football affects.
A variety of games in Italy’s Serie A were canceled as the authorities put emergency measures in position following a spike in most cases in the country.