PSG tied the compensation and saved second place in the group

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PSG tied the compensation and saved second place in the group

With the controversy, PSG and Newcastle United tied 1-1 in their duel corresponding to Matchday 5 of the Champions League, where the French team is still alive and in second place in Group F.

Newcastle took the lead from the first half and as compensation a penalty was awarded to Paris Saint Germain, although the decision was complicated by the command of Tino Livramento and the marking of Kylian Mbappé.

The Parisians are second in the group with 7 points and depend on adding points when they visit Germany against Borussia Dortmund on Matchday 6 to avoid relegation. At the Parc des Princes, PSG began to attack and in the 10th minute Fabián Peña had a shot that went away from his back, the same fate as Manuel Ugarte in the 11th minute, announcing a local team they come out. made a shot

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Newcastle also responded and in the 12th minute, Alexander Isak almost opened the scoring, hitting a pass from Miguel Almirón and sending it wide.

The second time he did not fail and Isak made it 1-0 in 24′ by taking advantage of a shot by Almirón that was rejected by the goalkeeper, Gianluigi Donnarumma, and the Swede was attentive to send him to save and open the scoring.

Already in the complement, Isak tried to increase the advantage, stayed inside the area and did not finish the 46′, so the advantage was maintained at a minimum.

Gradually PSG improved and Kylian Mbappé became more dangerous. The star of the Parisian team made Bradley Barcola in the 66th minute, who hit him inside the area and was deflected by the English team’s goalkeeper, Nick Pope.

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Once again Mbappé and Barcola came together in the 68′ and the young man beat him from the side, after Kylian’s tackle. Before the 90th minute, Mbappé received it in the area, turned, hit him and Pope saved him. In stoppage time, Tino Livramento hit the ball with his arm in 95′ and a penalty was called for PSG. The game was reviewed by VAR and in 96′ a penalty was called, with Mbappé scoring a powerful shot in 97′ and leaving the final 1-1.