February 5, 2023

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Loïs Openda The big man with a stunning victory Lens: Red Devil beat Paris Saint-Germain with a great goal and assist

RC Lens against Paris Saint-Germain. The second against the first. In France, they started the new year with an immaculate lead. What is the leadership role? it was for a belgian. Loïs Openda assisted the home team with a beautiful goal and also assisted in a stunning victory against Paris Saint-Germain (3-1). The northern French fairy tale continues.

Do you play football on New Year’s Day? Then we better get the fireworks right away, Lens and PSG must have thought. Frankowski gave the home team the lead after just five minutes of play. Sotoka found Haidara on the left. Donnarumma still had his hand between Malli’s cross volley, but he couldn’t clear it well enough. Frankowski took advantage.

PSG corrected the lopsided situation after less than three minutes. The 20-year-old Hugo Eteque got his chance in the absence of top defenders Messi and Neymar and thanked Christophe Galtier for the confidence. The young Frenchman cleverly advanced in front of his man and pushed Mukele’s low cross.

PSG developed more and more pressure forward, but left room for their defence. Right at the top of Loïs Openda Street. Just over half an hour ago, Red Devil gave Lens the lead again. Openda was sent into the depths by Fofana’s powerful play, eliminating Marquinhos at the Paris 16 with a court cover behind the supporting leg and making a 2-1 run past Donnarumma. jewel.

Three minutes into the break, Openda came up again. This time not with a goal, but with help. After Fabian Ruiz lost the ball, the ball ended up in Ubinda. The Red Devils found Alexis Claude with a wonderful hidden heel, who was able to kick the penalty at 3-1 and thus completed the impressive victory. Openda received a substitution of applause with fifteen minutes left.

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Paris Saint-Germain started the new year in disappointment. Lens consolidates its second position and comes two points behind the Parisian leader.