Direct: PSG wins the clasico against OM despite being down to 10 men, thanks to Vitinha and Ramos (0-2)

Amine Harit shared his thoughts with Prime Video, stating, “A lot of disappointment. We had a good first half, then we got caught on two counter attacks. We were not able to be effective offensively, we faced a very good goalkeeper. We struggled with counter attacks. We knew we had to avoid them. Donnarumma was incredible.”

Paris Saint-Germain secured a 2-0 victory against Marseille in the classic match. Reduced to 10 players towards the end of the first half, PSG, who had a tough start to the game, showed great resilience after the break. Solid defensively, Paris struck well on counter attacks, with goals from Vitinha and Ramos. The Parisians remain the masters of the classic match.

PSG now have control of the ball and seem to be in total control towards the end of the match.

There are 5 minutes of stoppage time added to the match.

Donnarumma makes incredible saves to deny Marseille any goals, repelling shots from Merlin and Harit.

Gonçalo Ramos scores the second goal for PSG, sealing the win for the team. Asensio sets him up perfectly to beat the Marseille goalkeeper and secure the victory.

Paris gain ground thanks to Lee, who takes a free-kick and finds Hakimi on the opposite side. This leads to a corner for PSG.

Vitinha makes a crucial save for PSG after Marseille comes close to scoring. His efforts ensure that PSG keep a clean sheet.

Paris remains in control of the game, leaving Marseille with possession but struggling to create opportunities.

Marseille attempts to equalize with a goal from Veretout, bringing the score to 1-1.

Paris responds with a goal from Vitinha, giving them a 1-0 lead.

Paris makes a tactical change, shifting to a 4-4-1 formation with Zaïre-Emery moving to left-back.

The second half begins with Marseille kicking off the play.

The first half ends with both teams level at 0-0, with PSG going down to 10 men after Beraldo’s red card.

Donnarumma receives a yellow card for time-wasting.

Marseille dominates the end of the first half, putting pressure on PSG’s defense.

Beraldo is shown a red card after a review by the referee, leaving PSG with 10 players on the field.

Kondogbia and Henrique have opportunities to score for Marseille but miss the target.

Paris remains resilient in defense, with Danilo receiving a yellow card for protesting a decision.

Marseille’s Kondogbia and Henrique fail to convert their chances as PSG maintains its defensive shape.

Marseille continues to push for a goal, with Ndiaye and Merlin orchestrating some promising attacks.

Dembélé poses a threat for Marseille with his attacking runs and shots on goal.

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