Paris Saint-Germain extended their lead in the lead at the very top in Ligue 1 to six points by securing a comfortable 3-0 victory against AC Ajaccio at Stade Francois Coty.
While not as sharp and precise as they normally are, PSG were the side that scored the first goal after just 24 minutes, when Kylian Mbappe took Leo Messi's cross to smash it through the air past Ajaccio Goalkeeper Benjamin Leroy and into the net.
Les Parisiens really should've been two goals ahead just ten minutes later But Mbappe scored a volley into the goal from close range, as he was unable to get the best of a brilliant cut-back from Achraf Hakimi.
Ajaccio was able to weather the storm towards the beginning of the second period, after which he created a huge chance to draw the game level however Youssef Belaili's shot from the area's edge was well blocked from the goal by Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Paris also scored the second goal they required to win this game at 78 minutes when Mbappe played in Messi by delivering a brilliant backheeled cross in the penalty area and the Argentine hit the ball into the goal past Ajaccio's Leroy,report by mega888 slot.
Christophe Galtier's side secured the win just within four minutes of the match, when Mbappe was once more set up with Messi's Messi through ball and smashed low into the area of the goal from close-range, giving PSG their second victory in consecutive games.
TALKING POINT - PSG GET THE JOB DONE
Galtier's PSG team weren't in their best form today, despite the scoreline since they had to be patient during the first period when Ajaccio attempted to break out of the traps using rapid pace. The game continued to progress the gaps in the defense of the home team became apparent, which resulted in Paris the first goal of the game, which was skillfully worked in and scored with a stunning finish by Mbappe.
In the second period, they were better and took advantage of Ajaccio following the game to take advantage of the gaps the back. When PSG had scored their second goal, the game was over when the Corsican team switched off.
A few suspensions and injuries saw part-time players make it into the PSG starting lineup tonight, like Nordi Mukiele as well as Carlos Soler, and the latter impressed as a centre-half along with Marquinhos and didn't put the ball in the wrong place.