Champions League: Messi, Neymar score as PSG come from behind to beat Maccabi Haifa

Jerusalem (Israel), Sep 15 (IANS) Paris Saint-Germain returned from one objective down to win 3-1 away against Israeli heroes Maccabi Haifa in the UEFA Champions League.

Before 30,000 fans at the Sammy Ofer Stadium on Wednesday night, the host group immediately recuperated from serious areas of strength for a by PSG, and after two recoveries by goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, figured out how to daze the French heroes.

In the 24th moment, Surinamese midfielder Tjaronn Chery got for Haifa after an exact hurled pass by Dolev Haziza.

Be that as it may, PSG quieted the arena in the 37th moment, as Lionel Messi set things straight after a pass from Kylian Mbappe.

The Italian goalkeeper made a great save a moment before halftime from a long-range shot by Chery, reports Xinhua.

Haifa’s Haitian striker Frantzdy Pierrot botched a phenomenal opportunity in the 53rd moment, before the French outfit assumed full command, making the most of weakness among Haifa’s players.

Mbappe scored the second objective in the 69th moment after a splendid pass by Messi, and Neymar fixed the success in the 88th moment, after a long-range pass by Marco Verratti.

PSG presently have most extreme focuses after two games in Group H alongside Benfica, who beat Juventus 2-1 in Turin. Juventus and Haifa are both right now with practically no places.

Following up, Paris Saint-Germain will play Benfica in Lisbon, while Maccabi Haifa face Juventus in Turin, with both matches to be played on October 5.

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