Despite the long list of arrivals that attracted attention to Paris, it was Ander Herrera After Mbappe picked him in the middle of the penalty area, it started scoring for the visitor in the 15th minute, reaching behind him and defeating the left foot shot.
“We didn’t play a great game, but to be fair, we did enough to win. We deserved to win,” Herrera said.
“Maybe we had a chance at the beginning of the second half, but I think we controlled the match. We had a lot of chances.”
Bruges counterattacked 30 minutes ago Hans Vanaken Supply shots for the first time in the past Keylor Navas from Eduard SobolPlace the Inch Perfect Cross in the center of the box to bring the match back to leveling.
Mauricio Pochettino’s team was under pressure from the Belgian champion after the leveler, but was able to enter the half-time dressing room with a one-on-one draw.
Mbappe, who fell to the ground in the first half and was temporarily off, dragged off the pitch early in the second half after a nasty entanglement with Bruges’ defender and was replaced. Mauro Icardi..
“I didn’t have much work. I only pulled a few saves. I played as a compact side. That was the right approach,” said the Belgian.
After the match, Pochettino urged patience with PSG’s new attack trio. “It takes time for them to shine together.
“It needs work. We have revealed that we are not a team yet, we have to work for this.”
– Soccer Sports
Club Brugge vs. Paris Saint-Germain-Soccer Match Report-September 15, 2021
https://www.espn.com/soccer/report?gameId=618779 Club Brugge vs. Paris Saint-Germain-Soccer Match Report-September 15, 2021