Welcome: First league goal for Messi in the French league

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Footballer Leo Messi, who will be described as the best player in the world, added another milestone to his wonderful career after scoring his first goal in the French league tonight (Saturday). In fact this is the first goal in the star’s career outside the Spanish league.

Messi scored in the closing minutes after scoring the third goal of Paris that set up the game in the 87th minute with a dramatic 1: 3 over Nantes, as part of the 14th round.

Photo from the official page of Paris Saint-Germain

the progress of the game: The French champions took a quick lead after already after 101 seconds (!!) managed to score their first from the legs of Killian Ambape who won the earliest goal in the French league since May 2017. At the end of the first half Paris went “only” down 0: 1 after reaching another number Opportunities but only thanks to the record ability of goalkeeper Nantes Alban Lapon the result remained 0: 1.

In the second half Nantes attacked and attacked and after a number of situations managed to gain a numerical advantage in the 65th minute after goalkeeper Kaylor Navas knocked down Ludovic Blass and was sent off in a direct red. The guest took advantage of this and in the 76th minute scored the equalizer from the feet of Randall Kolo Moani who made it 1: 1.

Photo from the official page of Paris Saint-Germain

But Paris with the luck of champions managed in the 82nd minute to regain the advantage after an own goal by Dennis Apia who scored his goal is with a wonderful archery ball from 18 meters to connect Lapon’s hair.

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Then came the moment that all Parisian fans were waiting for, The Argentine star with a revolving kick from 17 meters, scored the third goal that also set the result of the game with a huge 1: 3 to win Paris Saint-Germain. Now after the victory, PSG have increased, at least temporarily, the gap from second place to 13 points on the safe path to the French championship.

Photo from the official page of Paris Saint-Germain

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