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Ligue 1: Brest continues to surprise and stands up to a small PSG

Brest is solid.

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Ligue 1: Brest continues to surprise and stands up to a small PSG

Brest is solid. Surprising third in Ligue 1, Eric Roy's players earned a draw on the Parisian leader's field (2-2) on Sunday evening, at the end of the 19th day of the championship. PSG led 2-0 at the break, with goals from Marco Asensio and Randal Kolo Muani. The SB29 returned to height thanks to Mahdi Camara and a gem from Mathias Pereira Lage. Logical draw. The visitors clearly did not steal their point. Remember that the two teams will meet again on January 7, still in Paris, in the 8th Coupe de France.

In the words of Eric Roy, the Brestois aimed to be “actors” of the meeting. They were nevertheless forced to lower their ambitions at the start, undergoing Parisian control without trembling too much after two scratches signed by Barcola in the first minutes, with accelerations leading to strikes from Vitinha (3rd), above , and Mbappé (8th), stopped by Bizot. Donnarumma had to wait until the 27th and a vicious free kick from Del Castillo to warm up his gloves. And Paris accelerated in the last 10 minutes of this hitherto closed first act, now recovering the balls high. Obviously with the hyperactive Barcola at the helm. The ex-Lyonnais perfectly read Asensio's call, which hit the mark (1-0, 38th). Barcola again for Asensio in stoppage time. This time Bizot intervened, but Kolo Muani pulled away to beat Locko (2-0, 45 1). Relentless (2-0 MT).

Luis Enrique, who had further innovated in his eleven (Beraldo on the left, Hernandez in the axis, Kolo Muani on the right…), would undoubtedly have liked to see even more possession and chances. But the control was Parisian, and the Brestois did not have much to eat during the first period. The visitors returned with better intentions, Lees-Melou (51st) and Magnetti (53rd) alerting Donnarumma. Camara hit the mark with the kind participation of Danilo, who deviated just enough to deceive the Italian goalkeeper (55th, 2-1). Suspense restarted. Like the first leg, undecided for a long time and above all hanging on, the debates became tense, but there were no chances, neither on one side nor the other. With a little success, Barcola had a small festival but it was Mbappé, not very successful and often off-beat, who struck... above (67th). Still this false rhythm and the SB29 which was on par with its hosts. Like this distant strike from Lala (74th), Brest believed in it.

Well Named. Winning coaching for Roy, with the incoming Satriano finding the incoming Pereira Lage, the latter deceiving Donnarumma with a delicious backheel (2-2, 80th)! Disappointing in this second half, the Parisians had only themselves to blame. They finally woke up, and Mbappé was close to 3-2 (87th). “Lucho” played his last cards, finishing the match with Barcola, Mbappé, Dembélé, Soler and Ramos. Although, Barcola returned to the locker room before the others with a second warning synonymous with expulsion (90 4). The applause from the Park for him all the same, before the whistles for PSG at the final whistle (2-2).

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