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Lionel Messi has paved the way for the Parisians to win in southern France

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Montpellier 0-4 PSG: Lionel Messi set the Parisians on their way to victory in southern France as Mauricio Pochettino’s side ended three games without a win.

  • Lionel Messi scored twice and Angel Di Maria and Kियनlian Mbappe scored twice.
  • The uncertainty surrounding the departure of key players and managers at the end of the Paris Saint-Germain campaign is high.
  • PSG was dominant from the beginning and did not seem to give up

The knockout months after the Champions League at Paris Saint-Germain are always unique.

The key players and managers are all expected to depart this summer, with two goal scorers here, this season no different. The three-draw race before the trip to Montpellier gave the impression that this season has been a rally for the group.

In the picturesque town of Montpellier, however, the players gave extremely dissatisfied PSG supporters something to sing about the game away from the summer break.

Lionel Messi (left) opened the scoring before adding a second to PSG in Montpellier.

Two goals from Lionel Messi, a player who went on a rampage last summer but has been flattered to betray a relationship that doesn’t look really comfortable with either side, set PSG on an easy winning streak.

PSG have taken a two-goal lead in the previous two games, but Angel Di Maria’s effort after 26 minutes has ensured that there is no danger of wasting another advantage.

PSG secured their first win after three disappointing draws thanks to a well-deserved effort, considering Kellien Mbappe’s penalty in the hourly count, how long he had to wait.

There is a lot of uncertainty at PSG right now, but it was an impressive win over Montpellier

There is a lot of uncertainty at PSG right now, but it was an impressive win over Montpellier

Of course, that doesn’t mean Ultra will return home.

Each victory seems to have only increased the tension between the club and its supporters, who, following their humiliating defeat to Real Madrid in the last 16 of the Champions League, have come to know their current feelings about the Paris organization.

“We don’t play much right now, we’re the champions,” said Markinhos after last year’s 2-2 draw with Nunn Troys. We play for fun. ‘

It was a comment that angered PSG fans on social media and this victory went some way to alleviate those fears as players played across multiple apps and drives.

Kलlian Mbappe (right) celebrates with Lionel Messi after Argentina's second goal

Kलlian Mbappe (right) celebrates with Lionel Messi after Argentina’s second goal

Callien Mbappe (center) was brought down to win the penalty - he scored to make it 4-0.

Callien Mbappe (center) was brought down to win the penalty – he scored to make it 4-0.

Their goals, especially the first and second, were the efforts of Messi, Mbappe and Di Maria to work well with the frontline.

Third, Montpellier defender Maxim Ostev, fortunate for the deflection, had a well-deserved effort that again helped Mbappe to a goal with Di Maria.

Arnaud Sockett’s clumsy challenge to Mbappe after Argentina’s Di Maria’s cross down gave the Frenchman a chance to step up and score.

Despite an impressive and driven performance from Mbappe here, and a clear desire of everyone at the club to stay for him, it is likely to be a farewell to Paris this summer for the native of Paris. It will be interesting to see how the club copes in his absence.

The Frenchman scored on a penalty kick to give PSG a 4-0 victory.

The Frenchman scored on a penalty kick to give PSG a 4-0 victory.

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