PSG vs Strasbourg

Highlights and Full Match | Video

Experience the exhilarating showdown between PSG and Strasbourg as you indulge in the full match replay and captivating highlights. Brace yourself for a rollercoaster of emotions as you witness the intensity and skill of these competing teams. The highly anticipated clash kicks off at a time when the clock strikes 15:00 (GMT) on the remarkable date of 21st October 2023. Prepare to be enthralled as the talented referee, B. Dechepy, takes charge, ensuring a fair and gripping encounter. The battle unfolds at the esteemed Parc des Princes, an esteemed venue that adds an exquisite touch to this spectacle. Immerse yourself in this enthralling encounter, a thrilling chapter in the renowned France – Ligue 1, Week 9, Season 2023/2024.


PSG vs Strasbourg Full Match Reports

Paris Saint-Germain, in a dominant display, ascended to the summit of the Ligue 1 standings. They comfortably dispatched RC Strasbourg Alsace, extending their unblemished 36-game head-to-head record at the majestic Parc des Princes (W28, D8).

Before this clash, PSG had stumbled in half of their eight league encounters, marking their most lackluster start to a Ligue 1 campaign since the 2014/15 season. Yet, just ten minutes into the match, Les Parisiens seized the lead after Junior Mwanga’s robust challenge paved the way for Kylian Mbappé to convert from the penalty spot. Lebo Mothiba briefly believed he had equalized three minutes later, but VAR intervention ruled out the goal for an offside, and PSG swiftly doubled their lead. Strasbourg’s porous defense had invited relentless pressure, which Mbappé exploited with his nimble footwork on the right, creating an opportunity for a simple Carlos Soler tap-in.

Strasbourg, despite their efforts, remained the sole Ligue 1 team yet to find the net before halftime this season (HT: D4, L5). At the one-hour mark, the visitors were still searching for answers, and their prospects seemed grim, having succumbed to defeat against the other top-three sides in the table without scoring. Patrick Vieira’s team, to their credit, stayed competitive for much of the match, but with 77 minutes elapsed, the contest was effectively settled. PSG patiently probed and eventually notched a third goal when Fabián Ruiz displayed sublime footwork in the box, eluding his marker to delicately chip the ball over Matz Sels, marking his first goal of the season.

With the points securely in their grasp, PSG cruised toward the final whistle, securing their second consecutive pair of league victories this season. In contrast, Le Racing suffered their third successive league defeat, with just one win in their last six league outings.

Man of the Match: Kylian Mbappé (Paris Saint-Germain).