PSG won the Clasico match in its favor, scoring four goals against its guest, Olympique Marseille, on Sunday evening in the sixth round of the league.
Achraf Hakimi, Randall Kolo Mwani, and Gonzalo Ramos each scored a “double” in the 7th, 38th, 47th, and 89th minutes to win the clasico.
Paris Saint-Germain raised its score to 11 points and jumped to third place on goal difference against Monaco, while Marseille’s score froze at 9 points, falling to seventh place.
PSG defeated Marseille with four goals
PSG, the Parisian team, owes credit to its star, Achraf Hakimi, who opened the scoring with a free kick that he hit hard into the scissors, ensuring the defending champions had an early advantage.
The Moroccan star also assisted Randall Kolo Mwani in scoring the second goal, which came after Achraf Hakimi’s attempt bounced off the right post.
After 30 minutes, Kylian Mbappe was substituted by Portuguese Goncalo Ramos, spoiling the atmosphere for Paris coach Luis Enrique and the crowd.
The visitors almost took advantage of the defensive flaw to change the scenario after a cross from Jonathan Close, which Vitinha met with a header that hit the crossbar.
In addition to this attempt, Marseille’s interim coach, Jacques Abardinado, did not take advantage of the team’s stars, Aubameyang, Onahi, and Renan Lodi, in the first 45 minutes.
At the beginning of the second half, Amine Harit and Ndiaye came on instead of Onahi and Vitina, in an attempt by the Marseille coach to correct the situation and limit PSG dominance.
But Paris Saint-Germain quickly frustrated its guest, as Goncalo Ramos added the third goal with a header after a cross from his colleague Ousmane Dembélé.
Dembele then passed another ball to Hakimi, who shot over the crossbar, before the Moroccan star executed another free kick with a dangerous shot near the post.
Enrique made two substitutions at once, introducing Danilo Pereira and Fabian Ruiz instead of Lucas Hernandez and Dembélé, while changing the game plan with three defenders.
Marseille attacked Donnarumma’s goal with two efforts from Aubameyang and Mbemba, but they were insufficient, and the Gabonese star was brought in instead of Joaquin Correa.
Luis Enrique continued to energize the team in the last minutes by substituting Carlos Soler and Nordi Mukele for Achraf Hakimi and Barcola.
Kolo Mwani shined on the right side, setting up the fourth goal, which Goncalo Ramos finished quietly and with great technique to give Saint-Germain a 4-0 triumph.