Mbappé gives victory to PSG against Strasbourg, Neymar is sent off

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  • Mbappé he scored the winning penalty for PSG.</p></li></ul><p>Paris SG, leaders of Ligue 1, suffered a penalty. He went more than expected to beat Strasbourg (19th) 2-1 thanks to a penalty converted in the final discount by Kylian Mbappé, when the Brazilian Neymar had already been sent off, this Wednesday in the sixteenth day of the French championship.</p><p>In PSG's first game after the World Cup, it all started with a bang. It was good for the team from the capital, which in the 14th minute took the lead. He was on the scoreboard after Marquinhos headed in Neymar's free kick from the side, but the Parisian captain was also the star of the Alsatian equalizer, deflecting Adrien Thomasson's cross from the left and surprising his goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma (51).</p><p>Everything got complicated He left for PSG when 10 minutes later he was left behind. in inferiority after the expulsion of Neymar. The Brazilian striker received a yellow card for slapping an opponent and just two minutes later he received a second for simulating a penalty (62).</p><p>It wasn't until discount time, when Kylian Mbappé offered the victory for the leader of Ligue 1 by converting a penalty (90 + 6), which with this victory adds 44 points, eight more than the second, Lens, who will visit the stadium on Thursday. to Nice (9th).</p><p>Earlier, Monaco came close. He reached the podium in Ligue 1, placing fifth after winning 3-2 on his visit to Auxerre (18th).</p><p>In a match full of alternatives, Auxerre went ahead of the game. They got on the scoreboard with a penalty from Mbaye Niang (30), but those from the Principality turned the score around with goals from Wissam Ben Yedder (45+3 from a penalty) and the 17-year-old Eliesse Ben Seghir ( 58), which entered the after the break by the Monegasque captain.</p><p>The locals leveled the match again after an own goal from the French World Cup player Youssouf Fofana (68), but when it seemed that the game would end in a tie, Ben Seghir managed to get the ball rolling. He scored the winning goal with five minutes to go before regulation time (85).</p><p>With this victory, the Monegasques add 30 points and equal Marseille (4th), which on Thursday will receive the final. Toulouse (12th), and one of Rennes is placed, which closes the podium before visiting Reims (11th) on Thursday.</p><p>Lille, for its part, is also close He moved to the top of the table (6th with 29 points) after winning 2-0 on his visit to Clermont (10th), with goals from Angel Gomes from a penalty (68) and Mohamed Bayo (90+4). .</p><p>Lyon arrived early. He reached 24 points (8th) after thrashing 4-1 on his visit to Brest (17th).</p><p>Also played this Wednesday, Ajaccio (14th) overcame the previous goal. They beat bottom club Angers 1-0 and in another duel in the lower zone of the table Troyes (13th) and Nantes (16th) drew 0-0. </p>  <script async src=

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