Saturday, 29 July 2017

Match report Monaco 1 vs 2 PSG


REPORT

FT

1 - 2

(HT 1 - 0)

30/07/17 Super Cup

D. Sidibé 30'

Dani Alves 51'

A. Rabiot 63'

Neymar is a man popular at PSG, however Brazil partner Dani Alves stole the features in a 2-1 prevail upon Monaco in the Trophee des Champions.

Dani Alves delighted in a focused introduction to recollect as Paris Saint-Germain struck a mental pass up digging out from a deficit to beat Monaco 2-1 and win the Trophee des Champions.

PSG's brassy quest for Barcelona whiz Neymar has been overwhelming the features as of late, however it was Brazil colleague Alves, marked on a free exchange from Juventus, that declared himself to the club's steadfast in dazzling design in Saturday's shade raiser in Morocco.

The evergreen 34-year-old, playing in the new position on the privilege of a front-three, impacted in a long-run free-kick soon after the restart to counterbalance Djibril Sidibe's expertly taken first-half opener.

What's more, Alves' splendid cross was going home by Adrien Rabiot soon after the hour to secure PSG a fifth back to back Trophee des Champions triumph.

The outcome puts into center the test Monaco, who saw late punishment claims for handball against Rabiot rejected, confront in guarding their stun Ligue 1 title triumph this season.

Leonardo Jardim's men swashbuckled their way to the title last term, yet have lost Benjamin Mendy, Bernardo Silva and Tiemoue Bakayoko amid the nearby season, while the gem in their assaulting crown Kylian Mbappe is as a rule intensely connected with a €180million move to Real Madrid.

PSG head coach Unai Emery will be completely mindful that the weight is on this season to at least recover the Ligue 1 title, at the same time, with or without Neymar, they show up completely prepared to do only that.

Mbappe was noteworthy all through for Monaco and the France forward had the ball in the back of the net in the fifth moment, however the objective was properly managed offside.

At the flip side, Rabiot joined with Layvin Kurzawa before teeing up Alves, whose half-volley Danijel Subasic spilled before the Monaco goalkeeper recuperated to deny Edinson Cavani.

The exuberant idea of the match proceeded and Jemerson made a heavenly piece to deny Cavani clearing in Kurzawa's inside toward the finish of a lightning PSG break.

PSG started to stamp their power on the match, however their inability to exploit demonstrated exorbitant as Monaco opened the scoring with a fine breakaway goal on the half hour.

Monaco picked up ownership in PSG region and debutant Youri Tielemans' dazzling throughball was gathered by Sidibe, who gave a similarly splendid dink over Alphonse Areola.

Radamel Falcao had the chance to twofold the lead when he met Sidibe's prodding conservative cross with an intense header that cleared the crossbar.

In any case, PSG were level in shocking style in the 51st moment when Alves crushed in a 30-yard free-kick to one side of Subasic that scarcely traverse as it settled in the objective.

Rabiot at that point built before Kamil Glik to head wide from an Alves focus, however a similar blend demonstrated more productive in the 63rd moment.

Javier Pastore discharged Alves on the privilege of the case and he hung up an ideal cross for Rabiot to pound his header past Subasic.

PSG were thankful to Areola for making a low spare down on his right side to keep out Guido Carrillo's intense descending header, while Thiago Silva made a fine square from Thomas Lemar's development.

Monaco had late claims for a punishment waved away when Rabiot apparently controlled a Lemar cross with his arm, yet Emery's men withstood a late surge to at the end of the day start their season with flatware.

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