Messi leads PSG to record-tying 10th French league title

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Lionel Messi Leads PSG to Record Tying 10th French League Title

Mauricio Pochettino was appointed PSG manager in January 2021 and led his team to their eighth league title in ten seasons. It was Pochettino's first league title as manager and his eighth French title overall. Prior to PSG's success in the league‚ Messi won 10 La Liga titles with Barcelona. The Argentine's winning goal came in the 68th minute‚ and Lens were reduced to 10 men after defender Kevin Danso was sent off. After the dismissal of Danso‚ Jean scored a late equaliser to rescue 10-man Lens.

Lionel Messi

Paris Saint-Germain has clinched its record-tying 10th French league title‚ a goal by Lionel Messi in the 68th minute putting them 16 points clear of second-placed Olympique de Marseille. PSG have now won eight of their last 10 Ligue 1 titles‚ and will be hoping to get a repeat in the top flight in 2019. Lionel Messi scored the first goal of the game in the 68th minute. The Argentina international received a pass from Neymar Jr near the edge of the box and curled the ball into the top corner. While Lens had a chance to level the score with a late equaliser‚ the Argentine scored his 10th league goal and sealed the title for his team. The record-tying Ligue 1 title is the first for PSG since they won the league in 2010. The club increased its points tally to 78 in the last 10 campaigns and improved its overall record to 24-6-4. While Messi missed the midweek match‚ the rest of the squad was impressive‚ with Kylian Mbappe scoring three goals. The game was a revenge for last year's disappointment.

Mbappe

Paris Saint-Germain's Ligue 1 title is secured with a draw against Lens on Saturday. With the result‚ PSG moved 16 points clear of Olympique de Marseille in second place. Lionel Messi scored the opening goal for PSG and Neymar assisted it. After a goalless first half‚ the match turned into a nervy second half. Lionel Messi helped lead PSG to a record tying Ligue 1 title on Sunday‚ netting his fourth league goal in his debut season. The Argentine scored the winning goal in the 68th minute and earned a second half penalty after Lens defender Kevin Danso was sent off. The 10-man Lens team were able to equalise late in the game through Jean‚ who slammed the crossbar and headed home the rebound. Lionel Messi scored the opening goal for PSG in the 68th minute. The Argentina captain received the ball near the edge of the box and curled it into the top corner of the post. With that goal‚ PSG secured their tenth French title. Lens had to score two goals in order to stop PSG from clinching the league title. The first goal was scored by Corentin Jean after receiving a low cross from Machado.

PSG

Barcelona legend Lionel Messi led PSG to their record tying 10th French league title on Sunday. The Argentine has won 10 La Liga titles and 35 trophies with Barca‚ and this victory is his first since joining PSG in the off-season. In the first half‚ PSG were booed by their home fans‚ and the match was never truly in doubt. PSG's lead was restored when Moroccan fullback Achraf Hakimi scored in the 26th minute. PSG's win over Lens deservedly clinched the Ligue 1 title. PSG's win took the club's points total to 78‚ and its record was 24-6-2. Despite missing midweek match due to injury‚ Messi's team had enough to win. In the final game of the season‚ Lens needed two goals to stop PSG from securing their 10th French league title. Corentin Jean scored the first goal‚ curling home a low cross from Marquinhos. The win was a bittersweet moment for PSG fans. Their last game in the Champions League left them with a 2-0 aggregate lead against Real Madrid. Some of those fans left before the final whistle. PSG fans in Auteuil and Boulogne were not showing much support for their team‚ despite having won their previous four games. But the club had scored 16 goals in that stretch and were on the verge of a record-tying 10th French league title.

Lens

Paris Saint-Germain has won Ligue 1 for the tenth time in their history. The team held Lens to a 1-1 draw on Saturday to clinch the title. Lionel Messi scored the opening goal for PSG but Lens equalized late in the second half. PSG have now won the title eight times in a row‚ and are now tied with St Etienne for most Ligue 1 titles with ten. The game started with PSG under pressure‚ and there were moments of frustration throughout the match. Neymar almost scored after 20 minutes‚ but his low shot flew wide. Achraf Hakimi had a shot saved by Jean-Louis Leca and Mbappe also had two clear chances but missed them. Lens remained optimistic about finishing in the top three‚ but they trail Monaco by five points at the halfway point. The Paris Saint-Germain team is on the brink of claiming their tenth French league title. The game against Marseille is a must-win for PSG‚ and the Argentine is on course to win his first Ligue 1 title since joining the club. After a late penalty from Kylian Mbappe‚ PSG have a 15-point lead over the rivals. Next weekend‚ they will try to win the title at Stade Velodrome.

Lyon

Lionel Messi has won his maiden trophy as a Paris Saint-Germain player. He scored his fourth league goal for the club in the second half to give Paris Saint-Germain a 1-0 win over Marseille at the Parc des Princes on Saturday. Despite Corentin Jean's late equaliser‚ PSG remain 16 points clear of their nearest challengers. The closest of these is Marseille‚ who have five games left‚ including this weekend's match against Reims. Mauricio Pochettino was appointed manager of the club in January 2021 and has led the team to their eighth league title in the last 10 seasons. PSG were unable to score a second goal in the final‚ but the Argentine captain has led his team to their 10th title. He also becomes the second Argentine to win the Ligue 1 title from the bench. The French league title is Paris Saint-Germain's most prestigious trophy. The club is a perennial contender and has a great chance of winning the title again next year. With Messi leading the way‚ PSG is on track for a treble this season. The Argentine has scored seven goals in Ligue 1 this season and has already become the highest scoring player in the competition.

Saint-Etienne

Paris Saint-Germain have won the Ligue 1 title for a record tying tenth time. With a 1-1 draw against 10-man RC Lens on Saturday‚ PSG has taken a 16-point lead over second-placed Olympique de Marseille. PSG's goal from Lionel Messi in the 68th minute was enough to seal victory. Neymar provided an assist as well. PSG have now won the Ligue 1 title a record-tying 10 times‚ equalling the record set by St Etienne between 1957 and 1981. This makes them the joint-best French league side in history. With eight titles won in the last decade‚ PSG is on course for its 10th Ligue 1 title. However‚ they did not win the title last year‚ and they need to win the title in order to tie Verratti's record of eight titles. Lionel Messi's first goal for PSG came in the 68th minute. The Argentina international controlled a pass from Neymar Jr. and curled the ball into the top corner of the post. PSG went on to score two more goals to win the Ligue 1 title. The first came from Lionel Messi‚ while the second came from Corentin Jean after the 10-man Lens had been reduced to 10 men.

Montpellier

After winning eight Ligue 1 titles in the last 10 seasons‚ PSG have now matched the record of St Etienne‚ who won the trophy ten times between 1957 and 1981. The win makes PSG the joint-most successful side in French league history. PSG have won eight titles in the past decade‚ while Lens have only won the title twice in that time. Mauricio Pochettino was appointed as the club's new manager in January 2021. Paris Saint-Germain's Ligue 1 title was secured on Saturday with a 1-1 draw against Lens. Lionel Messi scored the opener for PSG‚ which led to an incredible 16-point lead over second-placed Marseille. However‚ Lens pulled one back late in the game to force a draw. But the game was far from over. The draw means Paris Saint-Germain will clinch a record-tying 10th French league title‚ a feat they haven't achieved since 2013! On Saturday‚ Messi made his return to action for Paris Saint-Germain‚ putting them on the brink of reclaiming the Ligue 1 title. In the second half‚ Lens went down to 10 men after Kevin Danso was sent off for a foul on Neymar. After PSG had been reduced to ten men‚ Messi curled in his second goal to secure a point.