(EFE) .- The young Italian Moise Kean held Paris Saint Germain in the Montpellier field (1-3), where Thomas Tuchel reserved all his great figures after the Champions League match in Manchester and the vital clash against Istanbul Basaksehir in which the classification will be played.
The German coach left Kylian Mbappe, Brazilian Marquinhos and Argentine Leandro Paredes on the bench, and Neymar and Italian Marco Verratti were out of the call, without counting the injured Mauro Icardi, Juan Bernat, Julian Draxler, Pablo Sarabia and Presnel Kimpembe.
Even the fact of playing against a competitive rival Montpellier did not deter Tuchel, although it is true that it complicated his life more than, perhaps, necessary.
Although Colin Dagba, in the center of the Argentine Ángel di María from the left, put the Parisian team ahead, the English Stephy Mavididi achieved a draw to which Montpellier was winning.
PSG could not find solutions until Kean exhibited his virtues. Power and definition. He entered the right side of the rival area, made a bicycle to gain space before an opponent and hit a magnificent high shot that put the victory that sentenced in the Mbappe extension.
The victory leaves Tuchel’s team leading with 28 points, four more than Marseille, which has two fewer games.
In the other meeting on Saturday, Lens beat a Rennes 0-2 that does not raise its head and has already accumulated four games without winning.
Arnaud Kalimuendo and the Cameroonian Ignatius Ganago sentenced Julien Stephan’s team, who resorted to the changes at half-time – among them he gave entry to Eduardo Camavinga, but it did not work.