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Julian Dracsler's strike delayed, PSG wins season's first victory past Mets

Julian Dracsler’s strike delayed, PSG wins season’s first victory past Mets

Julian Dracsler scored an additional time Wednesday night, giving the depleted Paris Saint-Germain his first League One victory of the season, winning 1-0 with Metz at home.

Prior to the kick-off, PSG, a thorn of many stars, was playing with nine men when Drucksler rushed into the rebound towards the first goal of PSG’s league season.

“I’m very proud. To be honest, it’s incredible. PSG coach Thomas Tuchel said after the match:

Sixty-five minutes after central defender Abdu Dialow won his second yellow card and season four of his club, PSG dropped to ten.

At the moment of dying, defender Juan Bernat, who was replaced in the 63rd minute, stopped due to a knee injury, and PSG used nine men and all substitutes.

“All fans can be proud, but they deserve an 11-9 win,” Tuchel said.

While the game was in progress, the French League announced a ban on two games between Neymar and Leandro Paredes and six games by Rabin Kluzawa.

Another star attacker, Kirian Mbappe, remains in coronavirus quarantine while Thilo Kehrer and Marco Verratti are injured.

However, strikers Mauro Icardi, Centerback Marquinhos and goalkeeper Lanabas are back after the spell during quarantine.

“We made a lot of effort, we made a lot of changes, we used a lot of players who haven’t been trained for a while … with players who haven’t played for a long time “Tuchel said. “But the effort is still there.”

PSG started the season with two losses for the first time since 1984-’85, scoring one goal against Lens and Marseille.

They regained control on Wednesday, but were lacking in cutting edge from Draxler’s dying second raid, starting the first goalless season in 50 years with three goalless seasons to saving them. ..

“I missed every chance at 11. I was tired in the second half. It wasn’t easy to make a chance. At 10, I still had two big chances.” This team has an extraordinary spirit. I showed again that I have. “

Mets coach Vincent Hogon blamed his team. “We messed up everything. It was our fault that we lost tonight because we scored a goal 11-9,” he said.