Paris SG, with their summer rookies and Kylian Mbappé in great form, easily won 6-1 on Tuesday against Dynamo Dresden, the German second division club, for their first friendly pre-season match.
Deprived of his South American internationals, on vacation after playing Copa America, Paris coach Thomas Tuchel had lined up a competitive team, including Spanish midfielders Pablo Sarabia and Ander Herrera, recruited this summer by PSG, which have distinguished themselves for their first.
But it is Kylian Mbappé, author of a double and two assists, who made the show in front of 30,000 German fans before going out on time.
The French world champion, ruled in the lead in the absence of Edinson Cavani, took advantage of a foul defensive error to score his first goal of the season of a stung balloon (6th).
Applied, the Parisians doubled the bet by Julian Draxler (18), well served by Mbappé, who then slipped the ball of the foot the ball between the legs of the keeper to afford a doubled (34th).
With a team reshaped in the second half, PSG drove the nail thanks to his young Arthur Zagre, Virgiliu Postolachi and Adil Aouchiche (48th, 61st, 71st) before dropping their foot.
At the end of the match, Senegalese Dresden Moussa Koné saved the honor of the eight-time RDA (East Germany) champion by turning a penalty from central defender Mbe Soh (76).
The Paris SG will meet on Saturday in friendly another pensioner of the second German division, FC Nuremberg, relegated Bundesliga at the end of last season.
? 2019 AFP