On Wednesday’s Champions League match against AC Milan, Lee Kang-in scored his first goal for Paris Saint-Germain, Kylian Mbappé scored again, and 17-year-old midfielder Warren Za’re-Emery stood out with two assists.
Mbappé scored the game’s opening goal at the end of the first half, set up by a brilliant run and assist from Zare-Emery. Zare-Emery concluded a fantastic effort by setting up Lee Kang-in in the last minutes after Mbappé’s colleague Randal Kolo Muani made it 2-0 early in the second stanza.
While seven-time champion Milan still has not won or scored in Group F, Lee got his first goal for the club in this victory for PSG.
PSG’s Lee Kang-In Nets a Goal
In the 32nd minute, Mbappé gave PSG the lead with a strike between the legs of France’s goalkeeper Mike Maignan. In the 53rd minute, after Maignan stopped a low effort from France winger Ousmane Dembélé after a short corner, Kolo Muani tapped in the rebound.
According to sports betting odds experts, coach Stefano Pioli of Milan opted to field a team devoid of native Italian players. OPTA analysts said it was the first time Milan had done so for a European match.