Newcastle defeated PSG 4-1.

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Newcastle defeated PSG 4-1 in the Champions League on Wednesday night. At St. James Park, it is the second match of the Champions League Group F game. With the Magpies hosting Paris Saint-Germain.

After 5 minutes, the visiting team from France almost took the lead quickly due to the coordination of Kylian Mbappe. Allowing Ousmane Dembele to charge out of bounds, unfortunately.

But in the 17th minute, the Magpies took a 1-0 lead, Marquinhos missed a pass and was cut off by a header. Alexander Isak scored the first goal and made a save against Gianluigi Donnarumma. But Miguel Almiron followed up and made no mistake UFABET

The French team tried to get back but a chance in the 23rd minute from Varron Zaire-Emery. The trigger came off his back.

25 minutes later.

The home team narrowly took the lead from a right-hand corner kick that flowed in front of goal, but Fabian Cher was just wide of the first post.

Newcastle were 2-0 up in the 40th minute from a flurry of free-kicks. Bruno Guimaraes saved Gianluigi Donnarumma before Bruno scooped it back for Dan Berkren didn’t miss a header. The ball crossed the line even though Donnarumma scooped it out.

However, there were problems due to protests that Bruno was offside, with the referee waiting for VAR to check before awarding the home team’s second goal.

In the 50th minute of the second half. The score was decisive 3-0 from the right side. Kieran Trippier stabbed into Sean Longstaff, hit him full-on. The ball soared through Gianluigi Donnarumma’s body and into the net.

56 mins PSG trails 1-3 Varron Zaire-Emery. Placed across the defense line into the penalty area for Lucas Hergrandes to insert and head in through the hands of Nick Pope. Although VAR checked, it was confirmed that it was a goal.

Playing until the 77th minute, Paris missed out on the second goal when Ousmane Dembele came out alone but his shot failed to get past the Newcastle goalkeeper.

In the first minute of added time, the home team scored the final goal from Fabian Cher’s long-distance shot. The game ended with Newcastle defeating PSG 4-1, winning 3 points beautifully.