Montpellier 1-3 Paris Saint-Germain

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Montpellier 1-3 Paris Saint-Germain: Kylian Mbappe scores his 100th goal for French champions as Thomas Tuchel’s side extend lead at the top of Ligue 1
Kylian Mbappe became the fifth player to score a century of goals for the club
Paris Saint-Germain were pegged back but went on to win against Montpellier
Colin Dagba scored first, Stephy Mavididi equalised but PSG scored twice late
The result means PSG extend their lead over second-placed Marseille to four

Moise Kean scored his fifth objective in seven Ligue 1 appearances to motivate Paris Saint-Germain to a 3-1 success at Montpellier as the French heroes opened up an important lead at the highest point of the table on Saturday.

Italy striker Kean struck in the second half after Stephy Mavididi had counterbalanced Colin Dagba’s opener in front of the break, before Kylian Mbappe wrapped up the game in stoppage time with his 100th objective for PSG.

PSG have 28 focuses from 13 games however second-put Marseille have two games close by, and third-put Lille have an occasion to limit the hole to two focuses when they have Monaco on Sunday.

Montpellier are 6th on 23 focuses, two in front of seventh-set RC Lens who beat Stade Rennais 2-0 away prior on Saturday.

Thomas Tuchel handled an astounding 5-3-2 arrangement with Angel Di Maria and Kean in advance as Mbappe began the seat and Neymar was refreshed in front of Tuesday’s key Champions League game against Istanbul Basaksehir.

Dagba put the guests ahead in the 33rd moment, scoring from inside the case from Di Maria’s reduction.

Montpellier hit back four minutes before the span when Mavididi beat Keylor Navas at the far post after Dagba had spared the Englishman’s first endeavor on his objective line.

PSG had three possibilities right off the bat in the subsequent half however Idrissa Gueye and Kean, twice, needed precision.

Di Maria came nearer in the 69th with a low shot however Jonas Omlin completely extended to deny the Argentine as PSG battled to make the most of their mastery.

Kean, in any case, reestablished the capital side’s preferred position on 77 minutes with a ground-breaking crossed shot toward the finish of a counter assault prior to being subbed by Mbappe, who tapped in from Layvin Kurzawa’s cross to put the outcome certain.

The home side pushed harder in the finale however PSG stayed conservative at the back to guarantee their first association triumph in quite a while.

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