08/06/2022 at 23:02 CEST Galtier’s men beat Clermont 0-5 at home Neymar, who also scored, scored an assist hat-trick after an exhibition in the week’s French Super Cup last season, Paris Saint-Germain maintained excellent form for the start of Ligue 1. The champions visited Clermont, who could not stand up against the steamroller of Lionel Messi and company and ended up falling 0-5 thanks to goals from the Argentine, Neymar, Hakimi and Marquinhos. CLE PSG LINEUPS Clermont Diaw; Seidu, Wieteska, Ogier, Borges; Gonalons (Baiye, 85′), Gastien; Allevinah (Dossou, 73′), Saracevic (Magnin, 73′), Rashani (Khaoui, 82′); Andric. PSG Donnarumma; Hakimi, Marquinhos, Ramos (Mukiele, 67′), Kimpembe, Nuno Mendes (Bernat, 78′); Verratti (Zaire-Emery, 82′), Vitinha (Paredes, 67′); Messi; Sarabia (Ekitike, 78′), Neymar. Goals 0-1 M. 9 Neymar. 0-2 M. 26 Hakimi. 0-3 M. 38 Marquinhos. 0-4 M. 80 Messi. 0-5 M. 86 Messi. Referee Jeremy Stinat. TA: Allevinah (38′), Gonalons (67′) / Vitinha (13′). Incidents Day 1. Stade Gabriel Montpied. Those from Galtier jumped into the Gabriel Montpied knowing that they could not drop the good image provided in Tel Aviv against Nantes. The new coach did not change his eleven, leaving the same chosen ones from Israel as they still cannot count on Kylian Mbappé, injured in the adductors and still without making his official debut with the capital. Although the absence of the French striker is not a problem for PSG to dominate the games from start to finish. They did not reach the 10th minute of the match when Neymar already opened the scoring after an assist from Messi. The Argentine reached the baseline, hung the ball and it hit the Brazilian’s boot, who struck down Diaw’s resistance with a right hand to make it 0-1. Already with the first in their pocket, the Parisians let loose more and more, always falling on the boots of Messi and Neymar to create danger. And so they reached the second, with Hakimi finishing off a counterattack, and then the third, with a shipment from the Brazilian to connect in the area with his compatriot Marquinhos. But the cherry on the cake was missing, which fell in the second half. First with Neymar’s hat-trick of assists for Messi to debut on the scoreboard, and then with the postcard of the day: a pass from Paredes that Lionel received in the area, controlled his chest and defined a bicycle kick to lower the curtain of the match.
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