Match Analysis: OM/PSG (0-2), Paris with Heart and Courage

PSG traveled this Sunday (8:45 pm) to Marseille to face OM in the context of the 27th day of L1 edition 2023/2024, and the Parisians imposed themselves 2-0 even after playing more than a half with 10 against 11, as Beraldo was expelled before halftime. Vitinha calmed OM early in the second half and then Ramos doubled the lead towards the end of the game. OM had their chances but Donnarumma was excellent in goal.

The lineups for the match were as follows: PSG lineup against OM: Donnarumma – Hakimi, Danilo, Beraldo, Hernandez – Zaïre-Emery (Skriniar, 77th), Vitinha, Ruiz (Ugarte, 65th) – Dembélé (Asensio, 65th)- Kolo Muani (Lee, 46th), Mbappé © (Ramos, 65th) OM lineup against PSG: Lopez – Garcia, Mbemba (Gigot, 51st), Balerdi (Ounahi, 73rd), Merlin – Veretout, Kondogbia (Gueye, 61st) – Luis Henrique, Ndiaye (Moumbagna, 61st), Harit – Aubameyang

The match saw Vitinha scoring the opening goal in the 53rd minute with a decisive pass from Dembélé, followed by Ramos extending the lead in the 85th minute with a pass from Asensio. Beraldo was given a red card in the 40th minute for obstruction, leaving PSG with 10 men for the remainder of the game.

After a missed opportunity, PSG started the game and immediately returned the ball. Both teams had chances, with Marseille almost scoring before PSG took the lead with a brilliant goal by Vitinha. Despite being a man down, PSG managed to control the game and secure a crucial victory. The win had an impact on the standings, with PSG maintaining their position at the top of the table.

Before the match, the atmosphere at the stadium was intense, with fans from both sides eagerly anticipating the clash. The game saw some great moments and individual performances, with Donnarumma’s exceptional goalkeeping standing out. Overall, PSG showed their quality and resilience in a challenging environment, emerging victorious in the end.

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