Last Sunday, September 3, PSG beat Olympique Lyonnais 4-1, in a match that left a large part of the fans satisfied. With a brace from Kylian Mbappe, and other goals from Achraf Hakimi and Marco Asensio, those led by Luis Enrique sealed their second consecutive victory in the championship, maintaining their unbeaten status.
After four matchdays of Ligue 1, the next thing for the world of football is the international break. At the end of this, Paris Saint-Germain will have a series of very important matches, both in France and in Europe. Of course, with the advantage that they will play 3/5 games at home, in the Parc des Princes.
PSG schedule for the next 5 games:
- PSG vs. OGC Nice | Friday, September 15.
- PSG vs. Borussia Dortmund | Tuesday, September 19.
- PSG vs. Marseille | Sunday, September 24.
- Clermont vs. PSG | Saturday, September 30.
- Newcastle United vs. PSG | Wednesday, October 4.
Surely the most anticipated matches are those that correspond to the group stage of the UEFA Champions League against Dortmund and Newcastle, but we cannot underestimate Le Classique. For PSG, playing a classic is as important as any other European match, and even more so if it is at the Parc, in front of the Parisian fans.
The match against Clermont also has a special ingredient. And it is that by nature it can be a complicated match when played away from home. Which match are you looking forward to watching?