Paris Saint German were going to play their third match of the group stage agaisnt Germany side Rb Leipzig.Psg were without their star player Neymar Jr who missed the match because of a slight knock.Psg started the match well having also an advantage as they were playing at home infront of their fans.Psg started well in they scored in the first 10 mins of the match through Kylian Mbappe.Psg lost the momentum minutes after scoring and they considered a clean team work goal through Andre Silva.The match finished 1:1 at halftime.Leipzig scored in the second half through Nordi Mukiele.Psg equalised 10 mins later through lionel Messi.In the 74th minute, Mbappe was fouled and psg were awarded a penalty which messi finished brilliantly.After the match ended PSG winning 3:2, one of the PSG young fans had wrote a message to Lionel Messi telling him to give him his shirt and the young fan will give back his mother to lionel Messi for doing so.The Message read"Leo give me your shirt i give you my mum."
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