Mbappe double in PSG win, defeats Nimes 4-0
Paris, Ep. With two goals from star striker Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint Germain (PSG) managed to top the French Football League-1 for the first time this season by defeating the Nimes, playing 10 players, 4–0. Mbappe double PSG win.
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The young striker Mbappe is in fine form and he had earlier scored in the match to give his national team France a 2–1 win over Croatia in the Nations League. Nimes center center Loïc Laundre was sent off in the 12th minute with a red card after which his team had to play a match with 10 players.
Mbappe scored the goal in the 32nd minute by hitting goalkeeper Baptiste Renate. Alessandro Florenzi scored 2–0 in the 78th minute, while five minutes later Mbappe scored his second and the team’s third goal. Pablo Sarabia scored the fourth goal for the team in the 88th minute. This is PSG’s fifth consecutive win to take it to 15 points and reach Raines’ equalizer but ahead of them in goal difference. Raines played a 1–1 draw with last-placed team Dijon.
Bala Devi confident of meeting expectations
new Delhi. Bala Devi, captain of the Indian women’s football team, feels that she has become a better player by the kind of professional training she has received at Rangers FC and hopes to live up to the expectations in the Scottish Women’s Premier League starting on Sunday Has happened. Bala signed an 18-month contract with Rangers in January. He said that after six weeks of hard training before the season, he is ready to do well in the league which will be played in a closed stadium.
The Rangers’ team will take on their campaign on the first day of Hart’s Woman. He said, ‘We trained for six weeks and it was very rigorous training. It was very different from the training we do in India and certainly a lot of it was professional. The first Indian female footballer to join the top club in Europe said, ‘I liked the training style. Our head coach was very clear in directing us and I have learned a lot here in a few months. I am physically fit and ready to perform well. ‘