PSG-OM: The opening of Neymar’s score on a caviar from Veratti and a risky exit from Lopez

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PSG opened the scoring against OM this Sunday evening with a fine goal from Neymar, who took advantage of Marseille’s defensive generosity to believe him till the end. Pau López, not free from any blasphemy, was gone too quickly.

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This suspense lasted for 12 minutes. This is the time when PSG opened the scoring against OM in Ligue 1 on Sunday evening. While Marseille still did not enter their match, the Parisians took advantage of it, and Neymar went past a defense that had not yet been played in.

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A great pass from Veratti and a lob from Nemaro

On a laser pass, Marco Verratti found the Brazilian, who introduced himself perfectly between Valentin Rongier, aligned right, and William Saliba. Neymar didn’t even need to come against the final rampart, as Pau Lopez came too far from his line, and only the Spanish goalkeeper would have to stretch his leg to come and lob. Neymar scored his eighth goal in Ligue 1 in 2022, more than any other overseas player. It is only one shy of his total in 2021, when he scored all nine goals.

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Lakshya Neymar

Had the CUP declared a strike, the Parc des Princes would have celebrated Neymar’s goal well, continuing with a very iconic “Marseille, Marseille we don’t care about…”. The Sports Minister will applaud in the stands.

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“The Neymar we have in Paris is not the real Neymar!”

In an interview on Saturday for France Blue, the new chairman of the Cup Romain Mabile however attacked the Brazilian star, claiming that PSG would only deserve a low-cost version of Neymar.

“Neymar, we can see that on the field, he does not give back what we give him, the majority of supporters had condemned the chairman of the group. We watch the matches of Brazil and we see what he is doing in Paris And well that’s disappointing. The Neymar we have in Paris is not the real Neymar!”

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