Goals from Neymar, Messi and Sergio Ramos brought PSG their first trophy of the new season.
Sunday, July 31, in Tel Aviv (Israel) at the stadium “Blumfield” ended the match for the French Super Cup. PSG and Nantes fought for the first trophy of the season. The meeting ended with a major victory for the Parisians with a score of 4:0.
The first goal scored for the Parisians in this meeting was scored by Lionel Messi. The Argentine gracefully bypassed the goalkeeper and shot into an empty net.
Toward the end of the first half, Neymar doubled the score by converting a free kick right into the top corner of the goal.
In the second half of the meeting, Sergio Ramos mockingly scored a goal with his heel, and Neymar set the decisive score in the match. The Brazilian scored from the penalty spot.
PSG 4-0 Nantes
Goals: Messi, 22, Neymar, 45+5, 82, Ramos, 57
PSGCast: Donnarumma, Hakimi (Mukiele 78), Ramos, Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Mendes (Bernat 68), Verratti (Paredes 78), Vitinha (Danilo Pereira 68), Sarabia (Kalimuendo 84), Messi, Neymar
“Nantes”: Lafont, Pallua, Castelletto, Girotto, Appia (Fabio, 78), Sissoko, Chirivella (Mohamed, 64), Blas, Coco (Moutoussami, 64), Simon, Hessan (Korshia, 78)
WarningsPeople: Vitinya, Mutoussami
It is worth noting that this trophy was the 41st in his career for the Argentine striker PSG Lionel Messi.
Previously, Messi was the champion of Barcelona ten times, won the Champions League four times, won the Spanish Super Cup eight times, the Spanish Cup seven times, and also won the Club World Cup and the European Super Cup three times. With PSG, he also won the French championship. As part of the Argentina national team, the striker won the America’s Cup, won the Olympics, won the World Youth Championship and the Finalissima.
At the moment, the most titled footballer is the Brazilian Dani Alves, who has won 46 trophies.
Recall that in the offseason the head coach was replaced in the Parisian club. Mauricio Pochettino left the team and was replaced by French specialist Christophe Galtier.
The Super Cup match traditionally opens the season in France.