Dresden (AP) - With a bit of world champion glory Paris Saint-Germain has won its friendly match opener at the Saxon football second division SG Dynamo Dresden. Even without the emigrating willing and remained in Paris Neymar sat down the French capital club with 6: 1 (3: 0).
France's World Champion Kylian Mbappé scored twice (6th minute and 34th), with German ex-world champion Julian Draxler (18th) scoring in the first half - with Mbappé on hand.
After the break substitute Arthur Zagre (48.) built the lead for the team of Thomas Tuchel in front of 30.003 spectators in Dresden. Virgiliu Postolachi (61 ') with a pass from Mbappé and Adil Aouchiche (71') made it perfect. Moussa Koné (76.) scored the penalty with a penalty against Kevin Trapp.
In the first eleven of the guests, who had arrived at noon and wanted to fly back to Paris directly after the match, there was another German international in Thilo Kehrer. Selection Keeper Trapp, loaned to Eintracht Frankfurt last season, came on in the second half.
For champions PSG it was the first of four friendly matches before it goes to the Cup winner Stade Rennes on August 3 for the "Trophy of the champion" and thus for the first title in the new season. This Saturday, the Tuchel team joins the Bundesliga relegated 1. FC Nuremberg.
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