PSG vs Milan: Young Warren Zaire-Emery’s Run Sets Up Mbappe’s Stunning Goal

PSG vs Milan: Young Warren Zaire-Emery's Run Sets Up Mbappe's Stunning Goal

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In the 32nd minute, Kylian Mbappe initiated the scoring for PSG against Milan with a precision-driven shot that nestled into the bottom corner of the net. As the match progressed, second-half goals from Randal Kolo Muani and Lee Kang-in further solidified the victory for the French champions. 

Notably, Mbappe’s exceptional form continued, having now accumulated an impressive tally of 13 goals in 13 matches for both PSG and the French national team this season. 

His goal resulted from an outstanding run by the 17-year-old Warren Zaire-Emery, which left Milan’s goalkeeper, Mike Maignan, wrong-footed and unable to stop the strike from the edge of the penalty area. 

Despite Milan’s efforts, they found themselves trailing, and their hopes of a comeback were dashed when a video assistant referee disallowed Ousmane Dembele’s goal in the 48th minute due to a foul in the build-up. 

PSG secured their second goal shortly after, with Kolo Muani capitalizing on Dembele’s saved attempt. The match ended with Milan still struggling in the Champions League, sitting at the bottom of Group F with only two points from their first three matches.