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The Ben Yedder Poison
Involved in the first goal and then author of a double, Wissam Ben Yedder did a lot of damage to PSG on Saturday.
His blocked shot brings the opening goal for Golovin (4th).
In the process, the captain of ASM is on the lookout to take advantage of a high recovery from Diatta in order to afford his first goal of the day.
Finally, he clinically finished a counter just before the break to definitely put the head under water for the Parisians.
Golovin-Ben Seghir had fun
On the left side, Golovin did damage against the young Pembélé.
He opens the scoring quickly by beating the Parisian titi in the area.
Very mobile then, he was in all the good shots in Monaco.
He is also close to doubling before the break without a big outing from Donnarumma (43rd).
Same story for Ben Seghir lined up with Ben Yedder.
The young Monegasque (17) was very prominent, causing a lot of problems for the opposing defense with well-felt stalls.
He is also the one who cleverly launches Ben Yedder for the 3-1.
A complementary duo in front.
Donnarumma, the only thinning in Paris
The Italian goalkeeper conceded three goals in this match but without him, the Parisian rout would have been much heavier.
Gigio Donnarumma made seven saves in this encounter, including several of high class.
We think of this parade on a strike from Aguilar (24th), his exit in front of Golovin (43rd) but also his stops in front of Embolo (83rd) and Minamino (90th + 3).
The Parisian goalkeeper is in good shape and every good news is appreciated at the moment at PSG.
The defense of PSG in agony
It is difficult to incriminate one player more than the other as the errors were numerous.
On the first conceded goal, the Parisian defense lacked impact and lost all the duels.
On the second, the young Bitshiabu makes a mistake but the placement of Marquinhos, who leaves the axis, is strange to say the least.
On the third, the rise of Marquinhos on the set piece is not compensated and Ben Yedder is left alone full axis ... The lacks are numerous defensively and the entry of Sergio Ramos, in the second half, has a little stabilized this sector even if his team still conceded many chances.
A few days from Bayern Munich, it's really not reassuring.
The striker on loan from Reims has his chance at the moment with the many absences in front but he does not seize this opportunity.
Hugo Ekitike achieves neutral matches at best and remains on a rather worrying week.
His match in Marseille was bad and today's match in Monaco is no better.
Of course, he is not the only one to miss out, but his technical shortcomings are glaring.
He misses controls and easy passes and absolutely does not weigh on the opponent (only 28 balls touched)... We will have to do much better.