This is called setting the record straight.
A week before the shock against Barcelona at Coubertin, the PSG players offered themselves (32-27) a prestigious success against Kielce, leader of Pool B after 9 days.
With this performance, the Parisians are only one point behind the Hungarians of Veszprem, second and for the moment holder of the last ticket which allows direct access to the quarter-finals without going through the playoffs box.
What you must remember
Anxious to erase the defeat in the first leg in Poland (38-35) on October 27, PSG attacked this match without asking any questions.
The start of the match feels like a daydream.
With four goals from Mikkel Hansen, the French champions relegate the Poles to light years (13-7, 20th).
Beaten only once in the Champions League, the teammates of the former Parisian Dylan Nahi suffer martyrdom.
The match is easy for the Ile-de-France residents, perhaps too much.
So much so that the Poles return to the game just before the siren (16-14).
In the second period, the game is still as close.
But the PSG does not let go of the leadership.
He even manages to break away again (27-22, 50th).
A mattress that Raul Gonzalez's players keep thanks in particular to two penalties stopped by Vincent Gérard (32-27).
The player: Dylan Nahi, losing return
For his return to Paris, where he spent six seasons, the 22-year-old international had a great evening despite the defeat of his team from Kielce.
He had a very good match, after a start in which he seemed a little nervous.
He scored 5 goals against his former teammates.
The number: 1
If the PSG brought down the ogre Kielce, it owes it to the performance of its goalkeeper Vincent Gérard, author of 12 saves.
Better, the Parisian goalkeeper even paid the luxury of scoring a goal during the first period.