Published: Tue, September 18, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

PSG make light of Mbappe, Neymar absence in Parc stroll

PSG make light of Mbappe, Neymar absence in Parc stroll

Julian Draxler opens the floodgate in the 22 minutes before last season top scorer Edinson Cavani scored from the spot-kick early of the second half in the absence from the world most expensive player. Tuchel told the club's official website: "I'm very happy with this victory, our sixth in a row since the start of the season". It was good for our confidence ahead of Tuesday's match at Anfield against Liverpool.

"And then we see for the next thing, but the big players can play a lot of games, and for that we take the decision very carefully".

Saint-Etienne's Yannis Salibur, left, and PSG's Adrien Rabiot vie for the ball during their French League One soccer match between Paris-Saint-Germain and Saint-Etienne at the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris, Friday, Sept. 14, 2018.

"If we do not hurt PSG when they are in doubt, it's very hard. We are confident, though".

Brazil superstar Neymar and World Cup victor Kylian Mbappe watched from the stands as PSG provided flawless preparation for the Champions League opener at Anfield, but the result somewhat flattered the hosts after a shaky first 45 minutes.

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"Before Liverpool it's good as we won all our games, but Liverpool will be different", Italy midfielder Verratti told reporters. Julian managed to score a great goal, because my pass was not that great - it was really impressive.

But the German does recognise facing compatriot Klopp at Liverpool's historic home will be a real challenge for his team. "There we saw the difference of class".

Mbappe begins a three-game ban from domestic action handed down after he was sent off right at the end of PSG's 4-2 win at Nimes a fortnight ago. "When I saw the calendar, I was hoping that this would not be the first match - I still regret my red card from last campaign".

"Liverpool will enable us to measure ourselves a bit", the Belgium worldwide said to Canal+. We can play with a bit more of a risk factor, perhaps. "Liverpool will reveal something but most importantly it will give us a better idea of our situation".

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