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Team Season Riyadh 1-1 PSG

Goals: Ronaldo (34esp) for Saudi // Messi (3e) for Parisians.
Expulsions: Bernat (39e) among the Parisians.
Riyadh Season Team (4-4-2): Al Owais – Al Ghanam, Soo Jang, Al Bulayhi, Abdulhamid – Al Dawsari, Luiz Gustavo, Al Khaibari, Martinez – C. Ronaldo, Marega. Trainer : Marcelo Gallardo.

Paris-SG (4-3-3): Navas – Hakimi, Marquinhos, Ramos, Bernat – Ruiz, Soler, Renato Sanches – Messi, Neymar, Mbappe. Trainer : Christophe Galtier.


42′: Likewise with Fabian Ruiz who must position himself in the left back position.

40′: On the Saudi counter-attack, Al Dawsari scores but Bernat comes to destroy the action at the last defender. Paris will finish at ten!


36′: Plus, if you haven’t read the true story of Penaldo yet, go now!

34′: IT’S CHANGED!! Ronaldo responds to Messi, like in the good old days!

33′: And a penalty for the Saudis!

32′: Oh the big fight between Navas and Ronaldo! After a free-kick fired towards the surface, the goalkeeper missed his way out and elbowed the Portugal star, stunned.

29′: They’re still going to let CR7 score, right? A little peno, like in the World Cup.

27′: Messi hits from afar but it’s converted for a corner! This does nothing.

25′: Well launched by Messi, Mbappé played with the goalkeeper and scored into an empty net… but he was ruled offside.

24′: Mbappé’s gorgeous heel for Bernat but the Spanish midfielder has been diverted by the keeper!

23′: Oh chance for CR7, sliding towards goal, but Bernat took the ball from his feet before the Portuguese had a chance to arm his shot.

18′: Neymar is too short to cut through Mbappé’s powerful midsection! The Frenchman linked up well with Ruiz on the left side of the box but his cross in front of goal was too strong for the Brazilian.

16′: Huge opportunity for Neymar!! Hakimi launched far down the right and crossed in the first goal towards Neymar at the far post. The Brazilian opened his legs but the keeper pushed back well!

15′: Relax, PSG have dominated since opening the scoring. The Saudi pick has settled well in the Paris half.

12′: Stunning attack from Gustav’s left from the entrance to the surface!! And Navas had to work hard not to concede the equalizer!

11′: And a small CR7 bridge validated on Carlos Soler!

10′: The lawn honestly doesn’t look that bad. Or the Parisians have some technical failure.

6′: Answer CR7! But his cross shot from the left was caught by Navas.

3′: It didn’t take long! Neymar, slightly to the left, sends the ball over the defense towards Messi. Pulga crosses his shots and opens the scoring!


1′: Let’s go! Paris has the ball!

0′: The famous Nymar JR.

0′: Why is Neymar wearing an XL jacket?

0′: Come on, the players are finally on the lawn!

0′: It was Cristiano Ronaldo who hinted to Ramos that he had forgotten to take off his earrings before entering the pitch. Nice as picture.

0′: Well, is that also a locker room strike? Still no trace of any players.

0′: There should have been 65,000 spectators at this King-Fahd international stadium, the site of the Italian Super Cup final between Milan and Inter the day before (0-3). But who also hosted the Spanish Super Cup final between Real Madrid and Barça on Sunday (1-3). Super Cup Super Stadium.

0′: On the Paris side, Galtier pulled MNM for the first time since the World Cup. Navas is between the posts on a woeful hinge Ramos-Marquinhos will try not to get silly.

0′: And yes because the two stars are the holders of this wooden match. This is also CR7’s first release since he was in Saudi Arabia. The Portuguese is the captain of the team which also includes Moussa Marega, Talisca and Luiz Gustavo.

0′: As you know, we are most likely witnessing the final confrontation between Cristiano Ronaldo and Leo Messi.

0′: Hello Riyadix!! How are you ? You know, this week is the Coupe de France, so we meet for this 16the the final between PSG and… Oh no, shit. Lastly, it’s a friendly match, in Riyadh, against a selection of teams from Al-Nassr, CR7 club, and Al-Hilal, to PSG!

By Leo Peat

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