Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe were on target as PSG defeat Lens to close in on successive French Ligue 1 title, MySportDab reports.
Firs Half Report
It was a first half rout for the PSG as they ran riot on Lens as the match kicked off.
PSG went full force against their opponents as they looked set to grab a win over the visitors.
The Christoph Galtier-led team grabbed the game effectively wielding control and dominating play.
Lens fell in shambles under the host’s firepower and were forced to retreat into their own half as the pressure mounts.
Despite losing touch in the game to PSG, Lens pull a strong defensive showing to deny PSG early chances but were finally torn apart in the 31st minute.
Kylian Mbappe opened the scoring for the home side before Vitinha doubled the lead in the 37th minute.
In the 40th minute, Lionel Messi made it 3-0 for PSG as the quickfire triple downed the visitors before the first half break.
Second Half Report
Lens pulled an early solid and stronger display as the second half kicked off but were still playing second fiddle to PSG with ball possession.
The visitors made some attempts in the second half and were matching the attacking momentum of their hosts when in possession.
The hour mark was almost crossed with both sides seemingly unable to break the second half deadlock.
Lens were gradually making inroads into the game, contesting earnestly while also making attempts on goal.
Just on the half hour mark, Frankowski put one back for Lens by converting a spotkick to restore comeback hopes.
But PSG held on to ran out 3-1 winners after the final whistle, ending two successive Ligue 1 defeats.