Mbappé saves PSG with debatable penalty shortly before time

Paris Saint-Germain escaped the second point loss in a row in Ligue 1, and coach Mauricio Pochettinos star formation won at Parc des Princes with 2-1 from Angers by a debatable penalty by Kylian Mbappé.
Unlike the French forward, Lionel Messi and Neymar were missing, as they were not back from South America in time following international commitments. Ángel Di María, Marquinhos, Keylor Navas and Leandro Paredes were also missing for that reason. Without the stars, PSG had all the trouble with Angers. Ten minutes before the break, Angelo Fulgini even put the competition
s surprising number four ahead by working inside the second pole.

New setback for PSG 😳 Angers surprisingly comes 0-1 in Paris, Angelo Fulgini is the goalscorer ⚽️ Can the star ensemble still straighten this? #ZiggoSport #Ligue1 #PSGSCO
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As a result, PSG had to go back to the chase, after losing 2-0 to Stade Rennes for the international period. After 64 minutes, Pochettino brought Georginio Wijnaldum in the hunt for the equalizer. It didnt come much later thanks to Danilo. The former Roda JC player headlined at Mbappés report.

PSG then 1-1 against Angers! 🙌🏻 Former Roda JC player Danilo heads the equalizer in. Does the home club still run off with the profit? 🤷🏻‍♂️ #ZiggoSport #Ligue1 #PSGSCO
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A few minutes before PSG was able to breathe relief. The VAR noticed hands after a header by Mauro Icardi and called the referee to the screen. It went along with the decision, after which Mbappé pulled the trigger from eleven metres. Due to the difficult victory, PSG continues to be proud with 27 points out of 10 duels. The sights can now be done on Tuesdays Champions League game with RB Leipzig.

Kylian Mbappé does it for PSG! 🤩 From the spot, the striker probably shoots his club past the stiff Angers ⚽️ The top club does need a debatable penalty for that… 🧐 #ZiggoSport #Ligue1 #PSGSCO
— Ziggo Sports Football (@ZS_Voetbal) October 15, 2021