Kylian Mbappé reaches 400 goal involvements in his career with brace against Lens


Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 Lens: Kylian Mbappe brace hands Luis Enrique his first win as PSG boss

PSG got their first win of the season with a 3-1 home victory against Lens 

Marco Asensio goal and a Kylian Mbappe brace earned Luis Enrique his first win 

The Ligue 1 title holders drew their opening two matches of the campaign

Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 Lens: Kylian Mbappe’s Brace Secures Luis Enrique’s First Win as PSG Manager

In a home match against Lens, Paris Saint-Germain clinched their first victory of the season with a commanding 3-1 win. Marco Asensio opened the scoring with his debut goal for PSG, followed by a dazzling brace from Kylian Mbappe to secure the triumph.

Asensio found the back of the net just before halftime with a powerful strike from outside the box, showcasing his skills after joining PSG from Real Madrid during the summer transfer window.

Mbappe extended PSG’s lead in the second half with a thunderous 20-meter shot that left the goalkeeper helpless. The French forward continued his impressive form by scoring his third goal in two Ligue 1 games late in the match, despite being sidelined during preseason due to contract negotiations.

Lens managed to pull one back with a consolation goal from Morgan Guilavogui in the dying moments of the game.

With this victory, PSG climbed to fourth place in the league table with five points from three matches, while Lens, who finished as runners-up last season, have only secured one point from their first three games.

In another Ligue 1 encounter, Marseille comfortably defeated Brest 2-0 at home, ending Brest’s perfect start to the season. Chancel Mbemba scored early on from a free-kick, and Ismaila Sarr sealed the win by capitalizing on a rebound after Brest’s goalkeeper spilled a cross. Marseille now sits in second place with seven points, level with league leaders AS Monaco, while Brest remains in third place after w inning their first two matches for the first time in their history.


Paris St Germain’s Marco Asensio scored his first goal for the club and Kylian Mbappe added two more to guide the Ligue 1 champions to a comprehensive 3-1 victory over Lens in their clash at Parc des Princes on Saturday.


Asensio fired his side ahead moments before halftime from outside the box following a quick break, opening his account for his new club following a close-season transfer from Real Madrid.

PSG were not at their best but never looked troubled as Mbappe doubled the advantage in the second half when he rocketed a 20-metre shot into the back of the net.

The France forward scored again late on for his third goal in two Ligue 1 games, an impressive start to the campaign despite being frozen out of the squad for weeks in pre-season amid an ongoing contract stand-off.

Lens grabbed a consolation goal when Morgan Guilavogui scored with virtually the last kick of the game.


Kylian Mbappe scored a brace against Lens to earn Luis Enrique his first win as PSG boss



Marco Asensio opened the scoring with his first PSG goal in the first half



Luis Enrique secured his first win after drawing his first two games in the PSG dugout

Newcastle assistant Jason Tindall appears to SHUSH Jurgen Klopp

PSG move up to fourth in the table with five points from three games, while Lens, who finished second last season, one point behind PSG, have started the new campaign with only a draw from their opening three games.

Marseille eased to a 2-0 victory at home to Brest, ending the visitorsâ 100% start to the Ligue 1 season.

It was a gritty performance and enough for three points as Chancel Mbemba headed in a free-kick inside four minutes.

Home defender Jonathan Clauss cleared off the line from Jeremy Le Douaron after that, before Marseille doubled their advantage midway through the second period.

Ismaila Sarr scored his first goal for the club following his move from Watford, turning in the rebound after Brest goalkeeper Marco Bizot spilled a cross.

Marseille move up to second place, level on seven points with leaders AS Monaco. Brest won their opening two games of the season for the first time in their history and remain third.


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