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Saint-Germain win the French Super Cup for the 11th time

Paris Saint-Germain won the French Super Cup for the 11th time in its history, after its big 4-0 victory over Nantes.
Sharjah 24 – Asaad Khalil:

Paris Saint-Germain won the French Super Cup for the 11th time in its history, after its big 4-0 victory over Nantes.

Saint-Germain, who participated in the match, as the French league champion last season, did not find any difficulty in beating Nantes, who played the match, after winning the French Cup in the same season.

The stars of Saint-Germain could have won more goals if they had not resorted to reviewing often after being assured of the result.

In the absence of French international winger Kilian Mbappe due to the accumulation of cards during Saint-Germain’s march last season, the Argentine stars Lionel Messi and Brazilian Neymar wore the dress of excellence, after they scored the first and second goals for the French capital team in the 22nd and fifth minutes of the added time instead of the half. first in order.

Paris Saint-Germain continued to dominate the match during the second half, as veteran Spanish defender Sergio Ramos added the third goal in the 57th minute.

Nantes’ suffering doubled in the match, after he had to play with 10 players after his Cameroonian player Jean-Charles Castellito was sent off in the 81st minute, after he caused a penalty kick against Neymar, who translated it for a fourth goal for PSG in the next minute.

Saint-Germain continued to fly at the top of the list of the most crowned teams in the French Super, with a difference of 3 titles in front of its closest rivals, Olympique Lyon, while Nantes’ balance remained at 3 titles in the championship, which has been absent from its coffers since 2001.

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This victory comes as a moral boost for PSG under the leadership of its new coach, Christophe Galtier, the former French coach of Nice, who today made his first official appearance with the team, after taking over from the dismissed Argentine coach Mauricio Pochettino.

Paris Saint-Germain begins its campaign in the French league in the new season against its host Clermont, next Saturday, while Nantes opens his career in the competition by meeting its host Angers the next day.