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PSG makes firewood of Red Star Belgrade, Neymar shines with hat-trick (including two wonderful free kicks)

The second night of Champions League football this week with a bang started. In the private Parc des Princes made Paris Saint-Germain minced Red Star Belgrade, that, nonetheless, also could celebrate with a eerredder of ex-Anderlechtspeler Marko Marin: it was a whopping 6-1. Neymar scored a hattrick. In the other match of 19 hours held Lokomotiv Moscow and FC Schalke 04 on a dry 0-0.

Paris Saint-Germain


6 – 1

Red Star Belgrade

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Twenty minutes had Paris Saint-Germain need to match against the Serbian champion to break open. Neymar made two minutes of time for a double projection: first with a free kick, then with a new goal in reference to Kylian Mbappé. Just before the break of farce also Edinson Cavani and Angel Di Maria their goaltje, so Red Star in rest for four goals in the chalk was.

Ex-player Anderlecht scores

The second half brought little improvement for Red Star. Mbappé scored after 70 minutes, while the 5-0 to PSG, but a few minutes later devoured Marko Marin (ex-Anderlecht) keeper Aréola with a go shot. The Serbs were able to enjoy this small gloriemoment, but a few minutes later it was Neymar that the stadium with a second fantastic free kick on the left explode and the final score (6-1) the lens. Hat-trick complete: the Brazilian has now thirty goals have been scored in the Champions League. Thus, he, along with fellow countryman Kaka Brazilian top scorer in the CL. For Neymar it was his second CL-hattrick. It is also the first time that someone two free kicks in one CL match scores since Cristiano Ronaldo with Real Madrid against FC Zurich in september 2009.

PSG is because of the victory are currently on a shared first place in group C alongside Liverpool, which is on the openingsspeeldag the Parisians with 3-2 defeated. Liverpool tonight, however, was still in action on the field of Napoli.

Lokomotiv Moscow


0 – 1

FC Schalke 04

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Where the fans in Paris on a true doelpuntenkermis were treated, was in Moscow a piece of small made. Lokomotiv Moscow and the visiting FC Schalke 04 seemed to long to be heading in a scoreloos tie. Deep in the final leg gave Weston McKennie still a winner: the 20-year-old American scored on reference to Jevgen Konopljanka the only goal of the match in minute 88. Lokomotiv remains so bleak behind with 0 to 6. Schalke picks up a first win in this Champions League after the team from Gelsenkirchen on the first day, all gelijkspeelde against FC Porto (1-1).

Schalke is also currently the leader in group D with four points, and the duel between Galatasaray (three points) and FC Porto (one point) to be finished.

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