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Messi and Dybala reappeared

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Although he did not convert, Messi was active, participated in the relevant plays of the match and even had a shot at the post in the second half.

In addition, coach Christophe Galtier decided to replace the “Flea” 29 minutes into the plug-in to end his stage in the Parisian squad prior to the World Cup.

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PSG’s goals were converted by Kylian Mbappe, Carlos Soler, Achraf Hakimi, Renato Sanches and Hugo Ekitike to seal the 5-0 lead and remain firm at the top of the tournament in France with 41 points, five more than his escort, Lens.

The man from Rosario had missed the last match of Paris Saint Germain against Lorient due to inflammation in the Achilles tendon that appeared after the match against Juventus of Italy for the Champions League.

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Meanwhile, Dybala returned to add minutes in Roma after being inactive for more than a month. The Argentine attacker went to the substitutes’ bench and entered 24 minutes into the second half, but the short time on the court helped Roma draw with Torino on the fifteenth date of Serie A. The Cordovan, who did not He had been playing since last October 9, replaced the Pole Nicola Zalewski and, at the final whistle, they committed a penalty that Andrea Belotti wasted from twelve steps. Seconds later, after hitting a shot off the crossbar, the Serbian Nemanja Matic capitalized on the rebound and arranged the final 1-1.

In what was the last function of Lautaro Martínez and Joaquín Correa, Inter was left with a deserved but suffered victory against Atalanta 3-2 in which the Bull was vital. The Argentine striker started and played practically the entire game, being replaced by Correa 38 minutes into the second half. During his time, Lautaro Martínez was key, having assisted Edin Dzeko in his team’s first goal and having combed a ball that José Luis Palomino sent into his own arc for the third.

In England, there was one of lime and another of sand. Midfielder Alexis Mac Allister scored a historic goal for Brighton after an error by goalkeeper Emiliano “Dibu” Martínez, in their last game in the Premier League. Mac Allister scored the fastest goal in Brighton’s history in the Premier League after 49 seconds after putting pressure on Brazilian Douglas Luiz, who received a compromised pass from “Dibu” Martínez at the Aston Villa exit.

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