Efficient in the first half, Paris Saint-Germain won on the pitch of Olympique de Marseille (2-0) this Sunday at the end of the 24th day of Ligue 1. With this success, the club from the capital is keeping pace in the race for the title. The 100th Clasico for Paris! – Debrief and NOTES of the players (OM 0-2 PSG) Kylian Mbappé launched PSG this Sunday. Paris Saint-Germain responds to Lille and Lyon! In closing the 24th day of Ligue 1, the capital club won the 100th Clasico in history on the pitch of Olympique de Marseille (2-0) this Sunday. Efficient in the first half, the Parisians quickly made the difference through Kylian Mbappé and Mauro Icardi. Without any demerit in the game, the Marseilles riders have difficulty to be dangerous. In the classification, PSG, 3rd, is three points behind the leader, Lille. On a series of 6 games without victory, l’OM is 9th. Mbappé and Icardi launch PSG In an intense start to the match, the two teams were fighting hard against each other in some tough duels. And on one counter, Di Maria threw Mbappé perfectly deep, who was ahead of Sakai before adjusting Mandanda (0-1, 9th). On this action, the Argentinian injured his thigh and had to leave the field. Despite a good presence in the fight, OM were thinking of reacting because of the stifling pressure from PSG. Then on a misunderstanding of the Parisian defence, Gueye sounded the revolt with a half-volley taken out by Rico! But in the wake of that, Icardi made a lobbed neck shot on a Florenzi cross to surprise an immobile Mandanda (0-2, 24th). In difficulty, Marseille came close to a penalty with a powerful shot from Paredes that hit Mandanda’s post… Without any demerit in the game, OM couldn’t manage to restart the game until the break. Two contentious situations forgotten for Paris When Paris came back from the changing rooms, they went forward with two hot situations badly negotiated by Icardi. Kamara came very close to scoring with a long-range shot that was luckily saved by Rico, who had missed the ball. Despite good intentions, the Olympians came close to scoring on the hour mark with a disputed duel in the box between Sakai and Icardi, but the referee and the VAR didn’t flinch. As soon as he came on, Neymar realised the difference with Gonzalez and thought he was going to get a penalty, but the referee didn’t whistle. The Parisians were dominating and pushing, but Mbappé, too altruistic with Neymar, wasted an opportunity with a save from Gonzalez, who was forced to leave because of a knee injury. In the last minutes, PSG missed a huge situation to kill the match with a waste signed Sarabia… At the end of the game, Payet was sent off for a high foot on Verratti and the score was no longer evolving for a deserved success of Paris. The score of the match: 6,5/10 A rather interesting game to follow. For if Paris Saint-Germain quickly took control of the match in terms of the score, Olympique de Marseille fought well and offered some play. In this context and in spite of the score, there was really an opposition between the two formations on this Clasico. The goals: – On a corner pushed back by the PSG defence, Verratti won his head duel with Rongier. Launched by Icardi, Di Maria set up the OM defence before serving Mbappé in depth. Sharper than Sakai, Di Maria adjusts Mandanda at close range (0-1, 9th). – Following a placed attack, Florenzi finds himself out of position in his lane. Taking advantage of Nagatomo’s laxity, the Italian adjusts a centre. In front of Gonzalez, Icardi carries out a lobbed throw-in from the back of the neck to surprise Mandanda (0-2, 24th).