Paris remains in contact. And that’s about all it will take out the copy delivered this Saturday against Nice. The little success on the Eaglets (1-0) returns the PSG one point behind OM, who had also done the job the day before against Nantes . The key is there. But faced with a bolder and more realistic team, it is clear that Paris would face a scenario already observed early in the season, with no break and an opponent who ended up picking up. Nevertheless, Paris continues to amass points, bringing its winning streak to 6 days and 9 games in all competitions. As for the gym, he no longer winless since his recital in Guingamp 7-2 there now has a month.
Paris, 30 minutes and then goes
Three points then, but two faces for PSG Saturday. For nearly a half, he literally choked his opponent, chained opportunities and logically opened the scoring on a penalty Ibrahimovic (1-0, 15th). Under the eyes of his idol Ronaldo, the Swede scored his sixth goal in L1 this season, the 85th of his career in Paris. A figure that places it alongside another club legend, Safet Susic. Previously, he had hit the post after a sublime sequence (9th) and saw Cavani missed part of a few centimeters (8). An exchange between the two men was close to allow the Uruguayan to the break (34th).
Then what? Nothing. As he recited his lines, Paris fell asleep and, on arrival, it owes its salvation to the reluctance of Nice who started way too late to believe. Claude Puel had announced the color aligning the only plea before while Cvitanich, Bosetti and Carlos Eduardo (back from injury) were on the bench. His team has evolved too long in the waiting position. Because apart from a bad stimulus Digne which failed to benefit the former Lyon (7th), the Gym spent nearly an hour propped on her 18 meters without reaching out a balloon.
But while purring Paris, Nice has his chance despite some opportunities late in the game, including a head of Eysseric above (64), another poorly adjusted Plea (69th) and a life Sirigu before Amavi (76th). Paris wins, connects Paris, but Paris reassures anyone. But for now, Paris is content.