With ith the early goal from Przemyslaw Frankowski, and the others from Loïs Openda and Alexis Claude-Maurice, Lens beat PSG 3-1, which they tied temporarily through Hugo Ekitike, for date 17 of Ligue 1. The Blood and Gold and the Parisians met at the Stade Bollaert-Delelis with the refereeing of Jérôme Brisard.
The start of the match was a flurry on the part of both teams: barely started, the Polish footballer was attentive to Gianluigi Donnarumma ‘s mistake to open the scoring, while moments later the young French attacker scored the tie. The goal of equality took time to be validated by the referee of the duel due to an alleged foul by the striker on goalkeeper Brice Samba.
Despite having converted, the team led by Christophe Galtier never felt comfortable on the pitch to play their game. With just over fifteen minutes to go in the first half, after a series of wasted hints, the Belgian striker put the local team ahead again, who went into halftime with a slight advantage.
Already in the complement, Lens started in the same overwhelming way and quickly stretched the advantage after a loss from Fabián Ruiz near the Italian’s goal and a good definition from Claude-Maurice after a cue pass from Openda . From there, the visitors began to attack with more desire than ideas and, although they had situations, they did not manage to reach the discount.
In this way, with 44 points, PSG maintains the top of Ligue 1 , although now undefeated, which was 32 games. For their part, the Blood and Gold, who continue as escorts, managed to shorten the distance and are now, with 40 units, four of the Parisiens.